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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00012
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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.i11. No. 26. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY: : ,: FEB. 7, 1896. Price, 5c. '

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Head This! Column Carefully: : Postmaster W. & Norwood has -One of the charming H\HII nt\,' Jndhui. A HI-KM: At, su.K of boys' and children's Killed light Doer.Mr. .

boen slightly Indisposed this_week Hirer-Suino.Mr. clothing I at The Eagle' Clothing /Stoic. .

-The Uon. W. R. Sanders, of Courte Goo. M. Robbins spent a few Choir practice at the Episcopal J. W. Rnlliintlno Judge Graham
THE ADVOCATE EAOLK brick CI.OTIIINO STOHR In the nay, spent a day or so. in town the first days In Orlando this week church ttHnoa'I'O(8ntllrIII1Y( ) night and others of hhnrpos, have been ou a
: building Titiisville, of tho week. deer hunt on Merrltts. Inland: anil I the
are the leading: clothiers on the East ,-The ADVOCATE Is Mill gaining subscribers .- -The bank and postofllce aro clotted
CoaAt of FloridaVnteh their ads on -Airs. W. II. Sharpe' and Miss\ Cape- at BlMuayno Hay and on the tu-dny, it being At'bor Day. peninsula birds.and killed eight door an well
They took their horses
f sout this and other pages, and do not fall hart, of SIni pus, wore pleasant visitors! Keys. Mr. 8. IT. Peck, 1 proprietor of Hotel many along and had a grand hunt. i I
s to give them a trial. to town on Tuesday, -It is said that the Grand View hotel rll\lK.: Kocklodge, was in town Wednes' 1 '

-Everybody who has stopped at Hotel will bo opened shortly by A well-known day.

BENT line of candies-Gunther's-kept Du Nil, Sarno speaks In high terms of lady in town. Iliovard Hoard of County Commissioners Wlint They Think of tin, ".\
at the Cornet Drug /Store. the hotel and its management. ,! Mr. II. M. Fluffier puimed through are asking for bid on two new entp. q;

use -There Is generally a good attendanceat Tltnaville Monday, en route to New lighters. Sue ad. on our 8th pago. I
+ 'UK: best 5 cent cigar-Fieenmn'n Pride York bu hlt.'sll. I
n the dances In the house ; upon
f given Opera -All Craven's Hand '
p members of are
-In town, at Lesley & Renakur'a. Olir.ANM, Fl.A., Feb I, <;d. :
which are now held. every :Saturday -The falling! of a drawbridge! And the loijucHtoil to bo on hand next Monday j
evening.Rev.. on a yacht are among the exciting events night AH there Is 8.01110'special biiMtnotm KiHtor A'lt'ornle: j

)KKD the ADVOCATE blanks lOc.office.each; $'3.00 per. 100 at -J. F. O'Boyle left for Palm which took place Sebastian, / recently.Mr. to transact. Dear Sir :-Will you plvaso l send mo

Beach on Tuesday. Father O'Boyle Is a R. W. Rhodes has had a neat Snrno will soon become one of the two extra copies of your !last week' i I

THE busy man, going up and down the East new signboard hung on the north side of mONt popular resorts along the East paper.I J
largest and best selected line of
Coast so often. his Coast.: proHiimo TltiiHvlllo has sutlercd In 1
clothing store.
negligee; percale and outing shirts common with all this section of Florida ,
,/ 51 In South Florid can be found at The -Albert F. Schultz has been appointed -Mr. Fred Lesley, after spending several -l\lr. D. It. Johnson, of Cocoa, was In In consequence of last winter's freezes,
Eagle Clothing Store. Clerk of the Criminal Com Record weeks at Lemon City, returned to town Monday and Tuesday attending to and a big/ lire has boon added to yourcalamity 1
,2TnTnMApYo of Monroe county vice Elgin F. Curry, Titusville on Tuesday. some legal business. ; but tho AI>VOCATK: does nut

COTT'a CAKBO-DlMBHTlVE: COMPOUND Is !, deputy Beach, resigned.collector of custom at Palm -Supt. C. B. Knott, wife and son Manager II. W l\Iorl'm !gave an enjoyable reflect anything of tho kind being Justas
the most remarkable remedy, for the Arthur, passed through Titusville ) dance at tho loyal I'olnclana on desirable to road us ever. It deems "
cAfeNEWS various Ills,of the flesh, that science -Remember, when you go to New Wednesday en route to Palm Bench fora Saturday night last. to me your oorroHpomlonts' newsy articles i
has produced. For further particulars Smyrna that C. L. Dohn Is always readyto few days. are Increasing In Interest all the .
., see ad.:on tth page. take you to any part of the city or to -Col. I). L. Gaulden loft hero yesterday time.
Coronado In his well-equipped teams. -Mr. Oscar Stewart, after severe 111- for Wost Paint Bench, on condemnation Yours very respectfully,

iAitiiEit SHOP. George/ Jones has open- Do not forger this. fleas of some weeks pant Is out again and other law matters. II. M. UUANNI/M.

LOCAL ed a hair dressing. establixhment at -Miss Jennette Paddlson took her imioh friends.to the pleasure of his many -We are pleased to note that little ,

the Indian River Hotel, Tltnsvllle, Sunday-school class for a walk among Robin Uraham Is on the rapid road to t
d Topics of General Interest. where he will be glad to see his old the hammocks north of town the first of -Mr. L. C. Moore, of Roseiand paused recovery after his severe illness On it Dour Hunt. I

and new customers. the week regaling them with cake and through hero Saturday last, en route -Dr. and Mrs. E. V. Granger of t
other good things.Mr. home after buying furniture for Ills now Providence ]L I., left here for Eau Gal- Ono of the most noted hunters on the
200 pairs of boys' knee pants, in sizes hotel at the above place. Prof. Chan. B.
East Coast- Cory-oanie
If receive a sample of lie and other down-river points Monday
ff you copy from 7 to 14 will be cleared at and Mrs.\ Ashley of Buffalo, N. I
Palm boar
years from hunt
Bench on a
it is intimation that Archdeacon B. few days' trip up
an F. Brown on a
ADVOCATE will hold
Y. the arrivals
are among prominent at
25 cents a pair former prices 'M cents, lie
; last Saturday was accompanied by
would give us pleasure to add your Palm Beach where will the a series of mission services In St. Mark's ',
they spend have called '
50 cents and 75 cents. -"I to pay my subscription MoNnrM. Cotton and Cutler, who, upon '
e to our fast-increasing list of subbe church Cocoa, on the of Mon\
balance of the winter. Mrs. Ashley Is a evenings who
THE EAGLE Ci.oiiujjo STORE. to the AI VOCA1'1I1. A man arrival Tltusvlllo, Immmllatoly left for ''
It does not cost you throe cousin of Mr. Flagler.Dr. day, Tuesday and Wednesday next, Feb. would client man would do- %
newspaper Canaveral Club-houHo. Prof. has ,
Cory f
U per week (postage included) when 10,11 and 12. Services at 7'K: '
and Mrs. J. II. of Melbourne fraud Ills own grand-mothor, said a killed nt least seven bears and 1fit'"
en by the year, and It can be sent to 1\IONEY. We want money to loan ou first \ Brown -
here -County Clerk A. A. Stewait spent gentleman from Cocoa tho other day panthers on the East Coast within the
i In any part of the United /States or real estate mortgages. Ten per cent passed through Mondayon
ada without extra expense. Postagecent free of all expenses to lender. Gaiilden a trip to Jacksonville, St. Augustine; from Saturday until Monday at Coquina -QuIte a storm horn the southwestwas past two years, and he was anxious to
extra' to foreign countries. & Sanders, Tltusville and West Palm and Daytona. They Intended buying looking after his orange grove at the raging during Wednesday night and lllvo bill friend' somo spoit. The dogs)
,0 per annum, In advance. Beach, Florida. furniture for their new houses\ while above place. Mrs. Stewart accompanied yesterday accompanied by .a driving! were put on the trail of a bear, Tuesday,
away. her husband. rain doming the night. No surion.damage but they had not boon well trained, Bill

Underhill -There will be divine has been reported to this. time. allowed the bear to get away; it was followed -
JOB PRINTING at this office. boo pairs of pants to select from in chevIots -Mrs. J. W. has made a Gabriel's service at St. up by M(HSIS. Cotton and Cutler, and .
worsteds and cashmeres all neat good record fishing on the wharf this Episcopal church on Sunday -The editors of the National Editorial eventually shot by Mr. Cotton. Since
e and stylish patterns; prices to suit week. Not only has she caught many next the Oth last., at 11 a. m. and 7 i>. Association spent half-an-hour at /Sarno, Mr. Cotton left Chicago, it Is said that
!. H. J. Tiffin of paid m., with Holy Communion In tho
-Co Courtenay fish but also wild duck her morn-
Store. caught a on and regaled with etc. Mr.
the times, at The Eagle Clothing were oranges! he has become<< quito an with the
usville a visit on Monday.Mr. line, which took the hook and bait likea ate Ing. Archdeacon B. F. Brown will offici- Bast says ho would have given the rlllo, and It is probable expert. Cory will r

Wm. Treutler of Eau Gallic fish.Miss whole party a free luncheon had they shortly take him to the Everglades on a
i a pleasant visitor to town Monday.Ed. FOR first class shoemaking and repairingcall Daisy Thomas and Miss Marie -Mr. W. II. Ortnos has succeeded Mr. being able to atop ono hour at Sarno. panther II unto Seminole Indian !gulden
on J. A. Daughtery, Main street, Patrick O'Connor as room clerk of the will direct the to the lair of the
Knox Is now a member of Cra- 'la.Shoel made orderIn Bannon, of Macon are visiting Miss Jar- -Mr. Zeko Itenaker and Mrs.\ W. II. way
's Band and will play cornet. Titusville, / to vis, daughter of Gen'l. Freight; AgentW. Royal roinclana Palm Boaob. M t. McFarlane left, yesterday, for Lemon panthers.
fine style. J. Jarvis of the Florida East Coast Ormes is well known In hotel circles, City. Mrs. McFnilano has gone to join
We learn that 'there will be some Railway, and will remain in St. Augustine having been ,connected with many western her husband, who Is having big! time -
se races at Osteen on Tuesday next. dozen for several weeks. house TIIK l AL \I JI12AC1I INN.
WK have ten to twenty gentle- hunting on the Bay: while Mr. Ilunaker

Mr. J. G. Bast after spending a men's Alpine and Fadora hats whichwe Have you seen those fine ostriches -Mr. W. G. Wlnans of New York, has gone on a mont I'll business trip. -

tk in St. Augustine, returned to Sarno will make special prices on. Mall at Col. H. J. Tiffin' place at Courtenay ? uncle of Mr. A. V. A. Wlnans, has -Prof. and Mrs. Chas. B. Cory and Under the management of Mr. Fred
Saturday last. orders solicited from any part of the well worth bought; the tine residence and pineapple Sterry the Palm Bench Inn seems to be>
They are viewing. family, Mr. and Mr\ *. Cutler and son, and
East Coast. The Eagle Clothing Store. Rockledgeevery Eden doing a good business. Although he is
at
plantation from his !
tha launch Pathfinder leaves nephew.
Mr. J. W, Cotton who have been spending
-Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Curtlss are now
In of __ morning at 9 o'clock for Court We understand he Is enjoying the cult- several days at Canaveral Clubhouse a young ml'n. Mr. Starry Is said! to be a
Iding one Mrs.VUey' cottages ----
of considerable executive abili-
of the
ure pineapple much. manager
ir the Grand View. enay for this purpose. very returned to Palm Beach Inn on He has managed the well known
ty.
-Stop at Hotel Da Nil, Sarno, when -We again welcome to office Wednesday,
E. K. Dlmiok our two
We are Informed that a bill has been -Capt. a prominentand Bryn Mawr hotel In Pennsylvania as
roduced In the House making 131s traveling over the East Coast Railway. well-known resident of Palm Beach, of St. Augustine's bright and newsy -The School Board-composed of : well as the Virginia and Homestead

ne Bay a sub-port of entry. -Miss Julia Fulton, daughter of Capt. became a regular subscriber to the Ai>- society Journals-The Tatler edited by Messrs. A. L. Hatch John Henry and I hotels at Uot Springs Va. Mr. Charles
and Mrs. Chas. Fulton, who has been ill VOCATB this week. We appreciate the Mrs Anna M. Marootte; and the St. Tom Johnson-met for business on Mon U. Logan his affable, bookkeeper ho* .
Fla. East' Coast trains land passen- for some weeks past, I Is now able to be many words of praise and encouragement Augustine News, edited by our jovial day The payment of bills and drawingup held the position of superintendent of ',.
S on the grounds of Hotel pu Nil. around again much to the pleasure of given the pink paper, at Palm friend,William A. Varty. We wish both of reports were the principal things The Inn at Port Tampa. for two seasons, I '
no. Do not miss this hotel. her friends.Mr. Beach on Saturday and Sunday last. papers every success.A before the Board. County Superintendent and has also held the position of cashier

Judge J. D. Van Deman Delaware and Mrs. S. H. Peck, of Rock- -Mrs.\ E. B. Steele of Elmira New resident of Daytona. writes the J. H. Sams, was also In attendance.The at the Tampa Bay hotel.

passed through here yesterday on ledge, spent from Saturday until Mon- York Is one of the charming ladles now ADVOCATE as follows: "There ,was a lion W. R. Sanders will be a While stopping at The Inn the first of I
way to Sharpe The Judge said heI day at Daytona on a visit to Mr. and stopping at the Palm Beach Inn. Mrs. very enjoyable progressive euchre partyat candidate for re-election as representative the week that an ADVOCATK representative
situated
I to come alone this time. Mrs. Blodgett, who are spending the Steele ha traveled abroad considerably, the Palmetto hotel last Saturday evening ; Mr. John Ifctnry will be a candi- noticed the hotel the Is nicely Atlantic
bluff
Mr. E. L. Brady has gone on a trip winter at Daytona.The and her late husband-Prof. hteele-was and each player entered the game date for assessor, and the Dickey Birds on the bordering It commands grand ocean view
at this
Miami. So also baa Mr. S. N. Glad- the author of the Barnes series of books with considerable &e t. After tbls wasoveri' say there may be someone in the Acid! point;
Methodist church WashingtonTea of the ocean and surrounding country;
a dance followed and all had
so much used In our public schools. a for the fat and office of
'of Tltusville. It Is whispered that easy cvuntytrelUlUI'er.
given In the Gray building on time. There will be another on contains .about 250 rooms for guests,
Gladwin has to Miami to purse the ladle So far we have hoard of no and, bathrooms .
gone Wednesday night was very well at- -Among many delightful Thursday evening. Cannot with closets In every room
come
i a load of lumber. tended the proceeds amounting to who are at present the guests of Manager\ to i It f The town Is full of you pretty girls up, new candidates for the offices of county ,to at least half the rooms. The

-air and Mrs. J. T. Hood, of Canavil Henry W. Merrill, of the Royal olnclana and Daytona looks In all Its glory." clerk and tax collector otUce and staircase are In the "mout of
1, arrived town Wednesday evening $21.55.Mr. M. Bobbins is Mrs. John Dewberry, of Detroit Quito a few Tltusvlllo folks left for which one of tho neatest und eeriest of
the of Mr. Hood' Geo. returned from Mich. Mrs. Dewberry is a very wealthyand -Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas, Mr. and West Palm Hooch on Monday\ among 'parlurs opens on this east, while the entrance ,
ter and purpose brother-in-law meeting who were ex his Jacksonville trip last Saturday getting philanthropic lady and is making Mrs, Perulval Warner Mr\ .*. Paul Eld- them being Mr. E. L. Brady and t daughters to the dining-room (son the north '"
ted to arrive from Baltimore. home In time to welcome a new many friends on Lake Worth. Amongher ridge, Mrs. J. C. Warner Miss Thomas, the Misses Daisy and Aline the end. 'j I
addition to his family In the person of a bequests was the present of 9100,000 the ,Misses Sarah Mailo and Louise MUses Albino and Aline Eggrr, anti Mr. The Inn Is furnished with fine rattan
-Mrs. L. C. Oliver and family who bouncing baby boy who arrived on the Miss Martha Thomas and Mr. Is well adapted 1..
to found hospital In Michigan.Mr. Warnerj Vim. M. Brown Mr. Drown was accompanied and willow furniture which s
ve been on a week's visit to Mr. and scene Sunday morning. Both mother and Ifarnion stopped oil Tltusville by Capt. Henry It. Jom, of to this climate. Ferns and plant "I
8. E. B. Wager joined Mr. Oliver at< child are getting along nicely. and Mrs. A. V. A. Wlnans were a short while on Saturday last, some of New Hartford, Conn., and they will !go In pots are scattered around con.lderab'j'j
arrivals this and have their
tusvillo Monday, and.all returned -Judge M. S. Jones Drs. B. R. Wilson early year the party giving the ADVOCATE a pleasant as fur as Blscayne II ly, In rornpanr with ly, which give the place a bright '
me. Mr. Oliver had been on a bus! and T. E. James and a jury left here apartments Mr., Wlnans as usual i III on enthusiastic St. George call. They are the guests of MajorJ. Lieut. B. M. Purdtet), of Buffalo N. VI tropical appearance. The dining-room!
s trip to Georgia. for Canaveral last night to make an street. an W. Thomas, president the N.. C. la. large airy and a model of neatness; ,..
and Is one of the most conspicuous Commander McKenzie of Charleston .
golfer
A St. L. ,
Railway and making tour
County Supt. J. H. Sams bruised hi : autopsy on the body of a man and who who re- members of the golf club. During of Florida In a private are car. The a above S. 0.. Inspector of lighthouses andbeacons '' and model the of smoking comfort.and Everything writing rooms has been are ,\ ..1
rather badly while attending to his cently died at the above place, last season no affair of a social nature from for the lUll District arrived In !
-ht at the city wharf the first of the' Is supposed by some people to have been without this party spent Saturday evening until done to add to the comfort of the guestsand
were complete popular Monday rooming the Iwyall'olnolana. town Monday afternoon on an Inspection Mr. Is doing his utmost to
ek. He got it crushed between the poisoned.1 young couple.-Society News. Palm Beach. o( beacons and llgthhouses between Tltimvllle all.Starry ":
art and his while pushing her pleaso
yacht boarded
and Jupiter. He at once -
-Among the down-river people In Father Nugent of Liverpool dellv. An asphalt walk between a row of
launch Water
In the Morning town this week were : Messrs. A. I-. ered an excellent lecture in the Casinoof the government Lily, cabbage pal mottoes and coooanut trees,
-Miss Ethel Field of Indianola was Hatch, City Point; Wm. Treutler, J. U,. the Roall'olnelanlL. Sunday morning and was not long/ ere he was on his. way. about half-a-rolle In length joins the
town Monday. She Informed us that Bright and clear head Feigenspan'sNewark Smith, John Houston and T. E. Burns last, to a fairly large, congregation. The Capt. )McKenzie a gentleman of con.lderablo al Polnclana and Palm Beach Ian,
a came'' up to meet her friend., Mr. j' lager and ales. Eau Gallle; J. IL and M. 8. Same Rev. gentleman's remarks were attentively energy and he does not allow the sod at night this walk Is lighted by
I Mrs. Hill, who would arrive from and W. R. Sanders, Courtenay: I\. liar- listened to. Father Nugent very Is I. grass to grow under his feet when on electricity.The .

north that day. Mr. and Mrs. Hll Lost dee'Sebastian; John Henry Melbourne well known In various parts of the world, government duty. Casino and Swimming pool affords
:always gladly welcomed to Indlauola, i Beach; R. D. Hoke, Jensen; I'spt. and having traveled extensively He has snow offering lots of amusement for the guests or The ,

ere they have a fine winter home.. One Iron-gnr -Mare and Rone mare Mrs. W. H. Sharpe and Miss Capehart, founded binne. for the waifs and stray JVLIV bargains In :ladles'( gents' anti special chil Inn and Mr. E. M. Watson, of Nlmrod v; l'

-fir. E F. Cooley of the Michigan : colt; mare aged 5 years, colt 15 month.. of Sharpe.On of the large ,cities of England, and has dren's shoes. If you want anythingIn Hall, Va., Is the well qualified manager. 1

?P'y' Co., Lansing, Mich., accompanle', Will pay $25.00 for them, deUvered at 'our 8th page will be found the large printing and other offices to teach this line do not fall to give him a Prof and and Mrs.scientific Ernest swimmer Allen are also at this expert I'

his family left here on Monday last Fort Pierce. advt. of Robt. E. Mlms, jr., dealer In these Doys", trades. He also publishes call. Mall orders promptly attended and their has attracted ''fl' ,
an extended trip down Indian River Ross TERITO. wagon, buggies, harness, etc.; who also several Cathollo newspapers lie is a to. Tltnavllle, Fla. place, swimming I
visitors well as
iI the attention of as ;
d 1 : most philanthropic gentleman and ha* many
Biscayne Bay In his beautiful naph'yacht has, In connection with his business, "
Whistle ounds for the of the I made many friends along the East Coast an ADYOCATEI representative, who was \
shops repairing same. "
Wanted Pint Clam Scow
everyhaccommoda- Boat Owner A the first of the week. I
I ilt In Detroit ha Row Gun repairing a specialty. We bespeak of Florida. In conversation with an An- present
n, Is :30 feet long; 8 feet wide with Wanted. for this enterprising young business man VOCATB representative, on Sunday last With without-sail about 30x10 The trip between Palm Beach and I
to ,
or of much
Nassau pleasure
are a source
"ty of Father Nugvnt said he Intended starting
head room In the cabin, and i a share of the patronage of the peopleon
; be sound
freight must
feet to
carry' ; the of both hotels and quite a
ten by a six-horse-power tandem the East Coast In the above Hue, and California about today or to-morrow. guest }
DeS-bottom and well built. Address with full I
nltor Found In the surf, a roll |par number are taking advantage of this-opportunity
naphtha engine. row boat, painted red with black bands.Person I believe that what work I Is entrusted to tlcuUrs! Col. Degrauw Oak Hill, ".., to pay Nassau a visitWhere i
him will be promptly and faithfully N9./b with the lowest cash and where to I
claiming mast prove propertyand Tar a gallon of Edgewater price ,,
Shlpman Engine For Sale, pay for advertising.Knrca executed. Bye. Whiskey-the best In the state. be seen JMlt I
Koran or acres. Le.Lav A RCSAKEB.Tltusville to Get the "Advocate." J i
With boiler, burning;; coal oil( two- Bethel Creek, Narrows, Fla. Mule \Wanted Fla.' Orange Wine for Bale 1 1TltusvUle.

rile power engine. Can be seen withPt. Dr. J. B. Soreven ;
> J. E. Herbert Daytona: price '1$. A medium-cited or small mule, not and demijohn II Mrs. Emma Eaton. f
'ply' to WANTED. over ten of and sound. Please Just the Thing Now In one, two live-gallon ,
H. J. Tirrnr,. '. year age ten gallon kegs and barrels. ; also In two West Palm Beach, Anthony Bros.

CoanenarI'1L A new adjective, flwhly........, to describe state price. When THO writing DArrmiT address:! Felgencpan'. Newark- Saaxer beer. doseD pint and one-dfcen quart e..... Palm II Beech'S Palm Royal Beach Polnolana Ian,, Jl
of Prices 9:1.00 and 3.BO la demijohns -
those I..eaaeoeane Fla.T : 92.33 '
Courtenay, .
by the i 91.75 la kegs $I.DOIn barrels Ormond, Hotel Ortnond.
Remember eoaghay colds and boars.esas, ; '
use of "Frog la Your Throat No Fine Watches, $o per two dozen pint*, 94 one dozen The INDIAN RIVB ABYOCAT win*. .1 ,
Anthony Bra. ;;; a full line of explain It. For salebyVaTcbaffee T a gallon of oar Hard-' time Whiskey quarts In ease. on sale at the above newsagent, stand. .
Weir y. nosiest merchandise carry and optiSoods A doT TUnsrllle, Fla.; only 93.00.; Losley A Renaker TUna- Clocks and West repaired y An- Address. THOS. DArrcnix every Friday or Saturday morning, pricey 1 !

I at West Palm Beach. 10 cent per box. This, ""la. bony Bros., Palm Bea b. Courtenay, Fla. Set, per copy. ';J

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lit{! '\. 1't aoci firs, KTC. did not understand the case and ,be MINERALS.! :' I WANTED:-Several trustworthy gentlemen Clyde Steamship: : Co--,::

.'t::: obliged to consult someone else lie assured Coral, both white and red', is found I or ladies to travel la Florida for
.1' established r'eliablelions.. Salary$780
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.' me that be did'knew the trouble
!, the Florida .
on + osst.Oreen
Free and : and Steady position. Enclose
I ; expenses.
and the dose of oomjleterest
I jt F'' sure our&-was a ;\ croefcdoUte, or1 "cat's eye" if reference'' and lel;-addrelled,

I', '" 1 Acpepted 1 Q lei/ Masons taken In' a large mountof_ Florida found in New Mexico. ,'. tamped envelope. The Dominion
? fir third Omaha.BuildIng -
floor
; Mies,1\\11' 'found in North Carolina Company
r-; .. Enough said, I soon completed my Georgia and elsewhere. Chicago IlL

.; arrangements; for following Ida advice.As la 1890 the United States ,produced

Indian \ TlttisvllkjFla. I had made a tour of the state some
\ one-third of the world's. pig.iron. &
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before I decided whereto ,
years soon Jut In 1890 the United States
i ;... Lodge, v No. 00 producedover
.. t': go.. I did not, as the novelist's Invalid one-third of the world's steeL,

f :.+\, Holds It* meeting: the snrnud and fcmrth Friday -. always does choose "a home-like Green feldspar, or Amazon atone, is Tinners and Plumbers

.? vie at at8tlOp.each" mouth n.A .. at tbo.Court bourn. ),Tltua-' place in gome quiet retired spot'off the found near Pike's peak, in Colorado. .
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,
beaten track but I took front
B. Wilson, Worshipful Uaster. ; rooms Hematite a variety of iron ore, of a

." A. T. Feaster, Senior Warden. at one of the .most popular hotels on quality fit fpr, ,Jwwelry. exists'in_ several l l.tateL Galvanized Iron Gutteringand New( York Charleston and Florida Line

) : 000. W. Scoble, Junior Wardoa.1h" Indian River where all tourists stop for _r -" ',

Joseph Mendel, S l>etary. at least a day or' two. Although my In 1884 the' value of the precious
It,' .. ) t J. M. Dixon, treasurer.R. Tanks a Specialty
physician Is I made stones mined i.i this somewhat r\
a honuepathtet
',. ..f F. Hall, Senior Deaoo I up country: The magnificent Steamships of this Line area
A. Cleveland Senior Steward. I my mind to take his prescription of exceeded t80,000.PeDDIIJ'lvanla and ;
Estimates work
Inr: given on ,
(/ Cua IL WaIteuJsalorS4ewar& Florida air and rest in large "boss" produced in 1891 45- : pointed to sail as follows :

I ,j doses. 886,903 S long tons of,, anthracite 'coal, Correspondence Solicited./ :Calllng at Charleston S. C. Both,Ways.

', : KNIGHTS FYTHIiA.HamloU : In the morning I remained In bed along rained. ( at $78,948,785.Foor'fifthi : POMAR & THOMAS,

.I '4 Iwilge, N4..hold IM. _tlnjtl" as the force of habit would allowme of '..nr entire silver product From Kew! .York. (STAKDABD TIMB.) Fr.m J.eksenrllhl

r .. tIN Court Townday eventmftnt conies from the states of Colorado Tltusvllle, '- Florida Pier W, E. R.) STEAMER C.arles..t
,.. / each _ntb.thMa.clack31. .. to do so In comfort.,, After my bath ( N."I
, .'It, .. and Montana and from Utah territory. Monday Jan 27, at 3.00 pm.. ....ALG01\\ QUIN....,Sunday Feb j, at J0i|
. D. B. ....-n.ABD, J-t.ylmvsna.Ds, : I dressed In negligee, bad my breakfast Wednesday, 29, at 8.00 p m..FEMU tLE..Tuesday, 4. at
"Y LoN: R. &'B.IXIMAN I Alabama .. ....,.COMANCHK...,.,Thursday, ?a.\ '
c -V. Michigan Pennsylvania, Friday, 81, at 8.00 p m. 6, at 1A
/ ;;.- served Inmy room, and then, guided by New York, Minnesota and Wisconsin JAS. Y BOFILL &: CO. Monday, Feb. 8, at 8.00 pm......CHEROKEE...,,.,Sunday, :: It, at 1.1),1
!: the state of the weather, seated myself Wednesday, B, at 8.00 pm.....,.. IKOCJUOIS......,.Tuesday, 11,, at I.JII!
+ : RIVm& OUARBft.l produce over four-fifths of the iron man- Frldaj T, at 3.(HI! pm.. .. ALGONQUIN .....Thursday .' 11:, at ,
t l rtll at the Armory. wurer n.unty Jail,every,, In a remarkably comfortable chair eitheron ufactured in this country.In Fruit and Produce Monday, 10. at 3.00 p moo. ...,..BEMIM>LK ...r., Sunday 1", at tit tOOl,1
12: at 8.00 m.. ...eUMAXCJlE.....,:Tuenaay' IB,
,( ln tM monthat8e'cloek.A. the Wednesday, p at toFrida ,,
I' tatauhyaveaeng '
/ .'r. YsAarca,(sprain. balcony just without cr by the the production of steel the United .. 14, at 8.ou p m.. .. CHEROKEE .......Thursday, 211>, at I..
;," window Just within my I/Oom. with a Commission Merchants Monday, IT, at 8.00 p in.. ..... JIMMIVOIHAU1OMJUIN......,Sunday, 23, at lla| ,
States stands
.,' ___ _____ first I81'gelyexceeding the Wednesday, '." 19, at 3.00 p 111.,... .. \ .. .Tuesday K 29,, at 1s|: ,
I -- n ----- -- small table at side which .
my on were output of Great Britain, and being nearly 21, at 3.00 pm. d. SEMINOLE..Thursday, 27, at u'.
P. O. Box 1O30.ICEFKRENCES Monday. 24, at 3.110 p m.COMAN'HESunday( Mc'h 1, at
CHUItCUKS.EISCOPAL llil latest ,magazines. and a .constantly- double that of Germany. .. t-ll1i,,
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h .
v Wednesday, 2(1(, at 300 p m ,.. CHEROKEE .Tuesday 3, at tft! ,
J'it replenished basket of oranges. As for The lima produced in 1891 was estimated !- :-Hauelnen & Lang, fit., Louis, Friday, 28, at 3.00 p m .i ....,IKCKiUOIS.... .,.Thursday, S, at 1 IJlII
9 (,,; CHUIICH.krviae Mo. SmIth, CoriUM & Co., Chicago. Ill; Clti
'M' newspapers I was, for the time being, at 60,000,000 barrels, equal to ran' Hank of Louisiana; N. U. CoojwratlvHanking
i l \ the let and Bro not of the world and besides
'P. was to do
mala. at 91 a. m.and 7:'M p. m. Sunday. schoolaa4ay ; City; J. C. Smith & Co., Bt. Louis. Mo.; E. L..
1 entry i attt: ::di) l>. in- Evening payer, at nothing laborious; The magazines remained old and jonng, and was valued. at rtenK, Ft. ttalnei, Ga.; R.M.Hazier. Mana- St. Johns Hirer Line.
S ..> i*. ..n Wednesday JJtany teiRHV iott every $8 .000.000. tee,FI...; Fruit and Produce Trade Generally I
rrl.yattea. n. uncut;I ate oranges-how many Commercial! Agencies.. I
B. F. Knows' :Rector.
: The Pennsylvania anthracite mines
Really I could,not be expected to count: New No. 899-831! Foydras Street For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points
have ,
' been 'worked without cessation 0 O''
RI Those Indian
River oranges, ripened ;on since 1830 the Now Orleans, La.
a METHODIST CllUKCH.Hervkwii output having continual River.
and gathered fresh from the trees are a Advances made the St. Johns
ly increased until it reached in 1891 Liberal; on Consignments .
at Tltunvllle every\ first,second and "
third rtalilmth. at 11 a. m. and :7 p. m.; Wnaijayrn feast fit for the gods. If my eyes were the aggregate. 45,386,993 long tons. ..
....l at 1. .'elude a, m.everyttumlay! Enw| >rth opened they looked through the .
League; U S p. m. e.ery Similar. ; Foyer meeting sunny In 1849 the gold produced by this The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer
dw :7 .1eiikveryTbiowdiiy night, The public are air over the liver Into thechlue sky and' country began with an output of f 40- Genuine BargainsIN "
0:1. of JaOk.&On.Y.i.11.e "
.
.rUI.Uy lJBiited. te amend our aerviceii.iT. : 'ty :
M.: C. EARS, ranter.cnrteen saw nothing else, nor wished! to. There I 000000. l Since: that time it has fluctuated -' ,

was" however one hour of enthusiasm i once, in 18C8."rising to t6 ,000.000 .- CAPT. W A.811 AW,.. .-.oj.

,i 'r ZSIYTE1UAN'C1tvtacu.) each day-the hour of sunset-always and once, in 1883 sinking to fSO,- READ ESTATE. :2Is appointed to sail from Jacksonville Tuesdays and Saturdajg at 0.00: p. .m., returning it

000,000.-8t.: Louis. Globe-Democrat. Sanford Mondays and Thursdays. at B.00 a. m, .. f \tj':,' ( .
""vjtrr SahhatiU" at II m-and 1j pa.ttautfw grand and glowing/ always changing, .
nekiM! At 95> a. ill'., never twice the same. No. 1. Twelve acres of hammock .
ftn>C Fr.'r..tlnl" ; on WedneMlny evening THE FASHION PLATE. SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH 1M
at fins. TIM 'imMio are rdlally Invited to .at- A week or more had passed this way, land at Sharpes postofflce: about300 fee Read down. I I Head up'

Ill ti 4erdMrr.rJr7ce4 If. M OoonoLL, I'aitor.Mvrrirr when one I about to' The fur boa it. small et ceteras front on Indian River, ana runs back to Leave 3.3O p. m. ............ ............. .Jacksonville.I'altttka. ....... ................ Arrive 8301UOi
; I'' morning, aa was is in county road; has upon It a house of MX 8,4ft p. m. ...................... ....... ............................ Leave
settle myself on the balcony earlier than again high vogue. rooms, almost new cost of house $1,000 ? 8.00 a. m. ........... ............ Astor..................._............. D.Mp"'
t CHURCH. Some of the new dresses have lace ; ; 4.so a. m. .. ................ ..... ...St Francis.. .......................... 8.'p
usual, nrf attention was attracted by a barn, stable outbuildings, etc. Has a 5.311.a. m. ............ .......... Bereetnrd ........................ )
Preachtngv; neeuuil and fourth Sunday, more than u.uallylRY little launch with rnlflea in the sleeves that almost cover grove of 500 large bearing trees, in fine 6.no a. m. ...................... ..Bliia. Siirlngs.' ......................... 1t20t 12.00.)
niiimlax, hull evening. 1'rayur Meeting everyVTeilwiday / the hands.* condition before the freeze, and will soon Arrive. M,30 a. m. ............... ...........'Hnnft.rd............................ inn9JU
.
i ii evening at THJ:( o'olix-lc. SundaySulHtuI Its loud of merry passengers. My attention recover and bear good Remainderof 925 a. m. ...................... ....Enterprlte... ............ .... .. .... )
every ilnnility. atS:41a.: m.' Alan nroacliInglrft A jacket of taD'clotb has lighter colored crop.
'++ Sunday at LiMlranget. I Henoiul Sunday, being attracted, was held by the stitching, and an innovation is n land cleared and Is of beat quality for Gen'I Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonvll
.
tank Hill. All are cordially Invited to attend. before I the farm. 'This held
scene me saw river dotted vegetable property was
.? 4 II. A. OHIO Kit, I'aNtor. i black cloth jacket with stitching of Him at ) M. H.CLYDE A.T. M.. F. M.IR iuoxoxx JR.. FI....Pass.Agt.,
4)0,000 ono agowiil'soll to-
:It by white sails and launches .1 year i
many yachts, white. cash B Howling:Oreen new York. 88 West nay St.J..ekslID\'lIIe,r
day for $3,800 *ltHX) and (
; 42,2011
and sklgs with awnings and TREO.O.EAGER, T. M |; L. HOWARD Fla.Fr't
ry CATHOLIC CHURCH. /gay blightpallolloll As a cape or cloak lining ermine ia may remain on mortgage. This Is a ? Agt.,

t Service at 10 a. in. every Sunday, In new ; the wharves, lawns and walks very.popular! ,, and as a finish for chil most desirable place for a home,' good A.J COLE!5 General Bowling;Passenger Green. ,New\ Agent.York Foot Hogs St..Jacksonville,I
Church building North Tltimvllle. Children's: lively with brilliant location close to postoffieo school J. A.LESLIE, Superintendent,
,1 'oolttnmes. bright dren's garments it l is, and probably always Howling Green,New York
Foot Hogan St. .
Jach8on\lll
eateabhmat8p.in.Rev..J.P. O'HoviB Reotor.Urn. faces, merry chat and laughter, and no :will be. the first choice. church, etc., and in a nice neighborhood D. D. C. MINK, Q. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue,l'hllalefphla.. ?
bare land
The alone is almost worth: the
.. .
--- --'---'---'-- -- one looking ill., :Muffs are somewhat larger than here price asked. Wl\(. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents,

I went to the gin SB ,and raw that my tofore. They are usually made of one 1:1: So. Delaware, AV.,PMlmlelphln. IS Bowling Green\ ew Toil

eyes were blight, the dark circles around sort of fur but some dressy ones have No. 2. Thirty acre tract with house -- --
edgings of a different materiaL of eight rooms. artesian. well, large' portion .
them the deep lines about face
gone my cleared etc ; adjoins hotel propertyat
;, i : going/ ,. my complexion clear, my cheeks The newest boas do not fasten and Sarno, near Eau Gallie. The land

rounder and pinker than they hnd been.I finish under the chin, bat are carried as alone Is worth more than price we quote,
low aa the wearer's waist, regardless of $2,200. The owner refused $5.000 a year
Ktietchod
out and
..1. my arm stamped my the fact that'' the throat is thus left un ago. lie must sell without delay, and ..-

., foot walked rapidly up and down.clapp'ed covered save by the coat or dress collar. authorized us to take $2,200; $1,250 5outhernRaiiway

.i \ my hands and stamped my foot Some of the newest tartan. show a I. cash, balance may remain on mortgage

I again and declared myself cured. I at rich and beautiful shade of Russian Na- No. 3. Ono hundred and thhty-aU.

once donned the brightest and most poleon, or pnuoook blue mixed:: with amber and 83-100 acres of land at New Illvor!

; stylUh of my morning clren es, and was, brown, chamois color geranium red Thiee-quarters of a mile water front ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.PULLMAN .

I M once more, one of the world all alive.I and sometimes With certain shades of Description as follows : Lots 3, 4 antiS -ts -

was determined to take the full dose olive and old rose. of section 13, township 50, south 01: nO.OtJ'OB: DRAWING ROOM: OARS,
: I range 42 east ,1'rlco $1,000 for the
proscribed by the did Ermine and sealskin make favorite OOUPART1UNT OARS, DININO CARS,
doctor so notwrite a whole tract, or less than $7.60 acre
H tiJh per ;
I, to the "poweis that be" of my ret combination, but. one that will, it is i or we will take $10 per' acre In forty THOBOTTOHgARE COACH33, VESTIBULED TaAH, !

,,,11 Kfla Weutbroole covory lest they recall) me, but remainedthe said, go out of style before spring. The acre tracts. We believe a purchasercan QUICK TIMB TO ALL POINTS NAMED.
dye from the sealskin la likely to soil sell this land and double his.
i Ii, Manning, Mich.: full six weeks and then came back
the immaculateness of the white fur, money as soon as steamers beginto
to take burden NORTH AND tA.T. MONTH AND Waal.SI .
ready up agaln."The. of and when such is the case the 'combination run through the canal next

Common Sense Reasoning tho world and its cares," which 'no fulfil into dl.favor. December. We own .this land ourselves .., .. ... .o. i*. N1 r
f fa i .. longer seoniod to gall as It had doue. but need money to develop other All Train' Daily 'SbwtLlM; U. 2. past ALL TRAINS DAILY.' CI.'H tfla. fl.ttil
Stylish jackets are made of soft velvety enterprises, hence offer It at a price '-\.1.\ .... Mali. It*.' ft

Hood's Sarsaparilla Had Cured CLARA ELLIS. : tailor: cloth in gray tan or fawn which will insure early sale. Buy this LtJaotao.dlbGO.&P.1100: Lv Jaokioavllle,V.G. &P. 700 pmt 7

Others and It Cured Me. color and lined with changeable satin laud and double your,money. am /fOpn' Bverett, Southern. ,.. 8 f m /

To Those Whom It May Concern. whose colors repeat themselves in a Lv Everett, ... C. A T.... I 0* pm I 45 pm scan Southern...., TTTi am
I', "It was sixteen years ago my right leg No. 4. The north three-fourths of At .u, OQ am Tao r
began to swell snd pain. Four Persian waistcoat of what is: called southeast quarter of section 7,. and of Lv ftavaaaah, ... Q.I'., I OS pmt 1141 pm' Chattanooga, 918 am / a h
year. ago n
CI sun < a CAr r e
o.9
t It broke out in three dreadful sores. I Since the commencement of the new "oriental vesting, stowing a 'very: lot 4 of section 8, In township 38 south Lv Columbia, Boutbera.. _M pm 100 &III BlrnB alt j tAr m

tried all kinds of stives and liniments but year, the ADVOCATE has sent out statements beautiful commingling of rich Persian of range 41 east, containing 15d aero ? .rAr ir
t the worse the some became. to many subscribers and others dyes. This tract has a large frontatre on the Cbaitotto, SoBtbera... 100 pm 128 aID MemnhlR.. K.C.X A B. it pth

I Had to Walk on Crutches who are Indebted to this firm. We trust St. Lucie River two-mllea from the railroad Iu 'Wubl-.wa. 80Iatllera 141 a. 940 pID aan.ae u... .. ...!...!2.i.1"! ":;";
that those who hallo not settled their STAGE GLINTS. crossing. Price $15, per acre. U1aclle aynl.. ("Ian' S. ..... jllor j 0
{ and a greater part of the time was con accounts up to the end of 1805, will do 11.Ittmtw. Peas a. a. t105 .. 11. pID Jesup lIoutbera... .,. .......,. :a tat .'
tlned to my bed. could not sleep nights so Florence Everett has been No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township ..11..lp.'ta, Pro. .J Mama' :: sa
and my eyes became affected I have as soon as possible, as we wish to close engaged. 37, south 41 east a... /........... 111I pili CS Agaata I :::::::::: \I ep
worn classes for over six 1" '". Since I our books up to that time and commence for the Support of Louis James. range oontaining.77acres. Cbatanonga," .......... p r
This tract has quarter of a Y Aew Work, P...R It Chwlaaati. a C. ...... III''
1800 : 41 I t a. Q. n.
p.
taken Hood's and Pills anew. the
n have Baraaparllla Singly amounts may Ffalliot Paget baa been engaged to mile front on the St. Lucie River at ............................ .......... ... .
r two of the wont sores on my limb have appear small, but in the ... .
I aggregate they .. .
healed and the third 1s almost closed. My foot up considerably. We cannot very replace Billiard Madeline Bouton in the Robert Stuart Station. Trice $33 per acre. ,.. '.-... .... ..... IIO.ID :::::::::::::: ::::: :::::: :::: ::: : "

t to sere read eyes and have write been benefited and also M thread I can my see well meet our monthly bills If those who Murray company.-and Mack will No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres, Pew"" "fell iufermatlosj.. .,,!> to any Agent of this great. Rsllwiy.
Indebted
present
are to a new
needle for sewing without the use ofglasses. us do not pay promptly. Irish fronting on Biscayne Bay, at Kwanton : ,System...;'or Its cosjnectlons.
Please remember this comedy next entitled "Fin-
I came to nse Hood's Btrsspa- season Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut
: noticing advertisements. I Your attention Is particularly called : b".D'. Courtship." Grove. Price $5,000. This W. A. TURK ,, C.,A. lUUCOTER. S. H. HAROVICK,

rnaone4 that what has Glared others to the name-and-date slip pasted upon Emma Pollock has been seem high but If will trto price may ,Oa. raas. lcat ,Asat.O... ...... Agent. ..... Oea. pats Apa'
specially engaged you buy any .
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your paper or wrapper every: week. One Neil land fronting on Biscayne Bay In gray D. C. CIa.I___... T_.. >Atleaia'W.
by Burgees to play Taggs in good '
Hood's'Cures glance at It will tell you whether youaie location ;you will get D. ALLEN
,:.: Indebted "The County Fair.! your eyes opened ,
to
us or not. M to prices asked In that. section. This
i r would oure me and It has proved ao. All those to whom this firm Is indebted George Fortesque baa left the "A tract Is the only desirable .parcel we Florida' PaMenver Agent

4.. i It Is a splendid medicine. M... KBUAWBSTBBOOX will oblige by sending Iu their Stag Party" company and Charles have 'left ,fronting on Blscayne Bay. JAN. *. 1399. 1\1,\ WViv Street JACK5ONVILLB, PU
:, Manning Michigan. statements at onee for prompt. payment, Coote has taken his place The price asked $9,000, will yield us a

; < eon" "aoKnal eonsUpa.' as I am anxious: to clear off any debtconneot.ed Charles Frohman has taken four weeks fair profit, an4 we are satisfied that __ .

Jlood': plus ttoa. rrtae Ile.per has, with the ADVOCATE office, and at Palmer's theater New York nothing similar can be had at a, much I --
begin
fe .
: commence the new year free from debts. This
higher price. tract will
no doubt '
CHA*. II. WALTON ning Jan. 8, for John Drew. .
be sold within, a few weeks. WE DELIVER
Proprietor. Beatrice Moreland has scored a hit in
A REMEDY. ---- the leading role in "Tho Globe Trotters" No. 7. An Improved place of 7 acres $
close to the depot and post office at Mal
WANTED:-Several trustworthy gentlemen company. Sbe replaces Mrs Boncioanlt. abar. Large house with upper and lower

,\ How It was Taken-Its ,Effects. or ladles to travel In Florida for veranda, coating; $1,800.00., 7 rooms; In A
alt established, reliable house. Salary $780 John E. Kellard will play in "The fair repair beautiful river front, lawn Piano orT Orgil

} 'BOROIlTOWN.: N. J., Jan. 28, '00, and expenses. Steady position. Enclose Heart of Maryland" for the rest of the eta Most all the land Is' cleared; 100
reference
and self-addressed season. He was originally for large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.
Editor:,Advoratt; stamped envelope.. The Dominion engaged This will make nice home for .\ YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD lub'
ten weeks only.A. anybody. STATION with outfit
Company third floor Omaha BuildIng to approval after a trial In complete
Good
7 neighborhood Price only 125000. your own house.
++ To possible reader I would at No money until you
required
any say Chicago III. R. Wilbur manager of "The Mid thoroughly satisfied:; Our prices are as tow as
;' once : This Is not a trap suoh as our night Flood"and Alice Roseland, leading TXo. 8. We offer tract known. "As- our terms are so reasonable anyone any house 10 the United Statel
can purchase
plnwall, containing about. 190 and pay for an instrument.
newspapers are full of, set to allure the lady of that organisation were acres. In The Celebrated

', .' innocent and unwary Into reading an Laciest ......... Fapyru.Tbo married at Dayton 0. section. Beautiful 14, township, large 27 fronon south, range 37eaat. The Renowned CONOVER. ,
peninsular
advertisement for patent medicine. I parchments and papyrus used by ''"Saved From the Sea" by Arthur I at mouth of Banana River. One The BeautifuL SCHUBERT.PIANOS.I .

-.. believe though that Uncle Sam does the ancients seem to have had a special Shirley and Ben Lendeck will be elaborately of most prominent points and prettiest And KINCSBURY.

hold letters patent over the remedy of preparation, by virtue of' which 'they produced at the Bowdoin Square covea on the river., Splendid site for ,

which I apeak. absorbed the ink and thus caused the theater Boston, after which, ''it will. winter residences. Very deep water ORGANS0" A,60ll0n'" Farrand & Votey. CHICAGO COTTAC
.1 writing to be almost indelible..-Nashville make a tour. kEleanora close to shore. The best bargain ever
\ ,,', During the summer and fall of last American. I offered Price $3,230.00' or about $17.50' Brass and small
r 4; 'r t year I had worked very hard and borne Diue will sail for this country per acre. Was held at $10,000 two years money. Instruments Music! > and Books Write us; we will save 1

Jan. ao. Her American tour will .., .
!
0 Its ago.
J' a long severe mental strain;; and the Poetry has been :
,' to exceeding begin Feb. 17. Due will have at least NOTE-The above "TJu 1A. B.
< descriptions:
'' winter found me quite out of health.; great reward. It has given 010 the one new play. It is by Verga. who wrote enable customers UL locate the several will ..tq.ta Campbell, 'CO.,

7' The physician, who Said dosed me for1 all habit of, wishing to discover the good "Cavalleria Rustlcana." and is entitled. properties very cloffely by examining JACKSONVILLE,'
the Ills of flesh that I have and the beautiful'In all that meets FLORID
ever known and "The She .Wolf. I one of the J., St. A. A; 1. R. R'y com

r # prescribed various remedies that con- surrounds me.-COleri.Tbe pany's railroad maps, but we will be c.---

; o.e.. M.rp.. pleased to send special maps on a, large
trary to custom, had nn beneficial effect.
Koran fqblda' trod"belle veil'to Brlggs-You know Oablets, doa't scale, on application, to parties who' TgB rAD1 -
At last I growing Impatient I told him destroy the vine, palm bees, fruit youtBraggs mean business and Intend to buy, If they : !Qm Job Wont

I 3 that If .he did ,not at once proscribe trees,," corn and cattle even, ,of their -Oh. I have A listening- acquaintance can find.such. a bargain. they want. Printing Office

" something th,t would be a. sure and worst euemf 9s with BOBBINS ft GRAHAM

j.speedy cure, I should conclude that bet : JournaL ; him.1D4IulpoU i Tltnsvllle: Co., Fl, v frst= lass.;:'ork'and gnarMtees'saflsfactio


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rofessional Cards. DIDN'T KNOW THE ROPES. Florida East Coast Railway The Tfiree Great Florida West .

108 ii RoBBiaa. WALTER 8. GRAHAM. An Encllnh Kdltor' Kxpertem** With am .;

I1BLNS &; GRAIIAM Adirondack RaJIroad TVmln.

When M*: Gust, editor ef William FOKMKHLY TlIB

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Waldorf Astor'a Pall :Mall Gazette, was Jacksonville St. Augustine and Laotian River. Ratliwa. In New York at the time of the Val-
HOUBS:'" From 10 to 12 a. m., .
ICE and :2 to 4 p. m.ITUSVILLE. kyrde-Defender finish, font and fizzle be Time Tattle In Kffmt Jan. 74*. 1HIMI. ,

went up to the Adirondack for some .. !
Brevard Co. Florida. ----
OWNED
". Box 108. fichiog and ahootln Mr. Cost traveled South Bound. North Bound.. BY THE PLANT SYSTEM.

fill practice In all the courts-state and fed with a good deal of luggage, and the ... o No. I ?oi". i '} ... .
backwoodsmen at Cbildwold, where be STATIONS 31. St 931 \lIP! B1dTIUNB. I Tt!. ,N.:11I011: ::1111ILv.Jac..envlll. .
,e iierlal '". III lea lor examining: and perfect- left Dr. Webb's railroad were Inclined .... to k,a T'8: :--:7'Lv: :: 1'hw ,h Inn Tie : : : 7:7.: :: 1''W"
load. tltnb Ar' St. AultuRtine. 1100 a ''145 p Ulua .... Lv Rcyall oinulna Tie a .".. .
Money to Loan.IILLhR to; griii at the eight of a man going into "Y St Auguetlne; 1110 a Lv W raao 1""h '11& a .l..I.,. w. 6111 n ,w
the woods with so many crimackfl and Lv Haahigr ... It 44 a .... .... .... RI.' "" THt: a ...... v. i
; LY Eat 1'.latka. 1l1Ia: I> ..... ... ..... .... ...: Lv 116Juplter. :... '1111.. .... .

I &; KENNAKD: disturbed.bundles. But Be the had EDgii.bDD a good time and got Ar'alatka.LYI'aI.t..a....... ..,..... 11311"i2ll.,I. ...... :.-:.=.... .. .... t: =1a..:end.. :::: tl9t$04 : aiAr m'': :: : :: :: ::::':.: iIt

ABC EIITECTS. some good game. When be got ready to Ran Mateo. T"i"tiP ,1 ""'-:::: : ::-:-. Lt Lvl\l..art,!/ n."n'::::::::: 11-6.1 81141: : n":.I: : : ::,. ::::::: :::::. i iam It

come out of the woods, he went back to L. Ran Mateo ... 10. "! ,. ,, ...::: :.:.: ", y KII"n .... .. .... 1111I1"', n'. . .. .. .1
Coast business vlll have prompt .... ... Fort 1..a .. .. ,
East Lv 01'0'1.... I 811 p .. .. 'T .. ".. LY a I" ,.'" 114n"Ly ,
' Childwold with all his boxesbag.IIs.! n.'ton..o\ 1' p ..;.. .. .. . ........ La cI.II"I" .. ..' 9uaa III. ... ... .. inte IM
1 lentlon. portmanteaus. He intended to take ihe Lv tort Orange169: : l' ..... .... .. ?.. ..L.wt'tlb..tlan.. .....10ahs n . .. ... .114n"L.
FLORIDA. .. ]Sew Rmyrn..... 213 P .... ..... a'si'a( Ly Melbourne .... II U.. hi ............ I911pLrfak : '
TAMPA, day train for New York which was due Hili.. ..... SIII' ..?.... ... .. 1100. Lvhanlo . ... 11/.10: ..... .. ..... .14415LrTltuavtlle.
at Child-wold about 18 o'clock. When ...... 31s P _. .... .... .... 800. l.vIWaIl Oallle. .... 112..11I...... ... 1 M7rLvCity M.
the Foint..... .... ......... 11211. LVlockludgehtle1810pto.: ... ....... 8.qrLv 18.111 F
flNOK S. JONES, train pulled Into the station, Mr. Coona.. .......... ........ ...... 911II..a LvUtIC.\l: ..I.m.. .. ... .. .. 31.11': I
Gust stood on the platform with his luggage LYRclCkle.Ift'\. ..... ... ....... )msa Lv 'try lOInt.11833: ; p m.. .... "H" Smi1Lt 4 m Ana
Eau fallie..... 850p.... ...... .. ,. l.vTltllnllle.. .... 161LvSarno tln 1 .
NEY.AT-LAW. piled up around him. Conductor ..... ... ......... ........II is'.a LvOakIlUl.. .., .loip".5 t, '
ATTOI Clarke saw him there but when Mr. Lv Melbollrne...... ....... .. ........ : tkn.. l.vN.wt\myrn.... Sip' i ij
Lv :. ..... .. ..... 115p l.vPortHr..n"? .
[iTUSVILLE, BREVAHD CO., FLA CUst made no motion to board the train Sebsatlan..r ...... .. .. .. L
Lvfltl.nule.. . 6311' .........:... .. slap LvDaytena 247pui. .. 1
Clarke gave the signal to Pat Cumtilings AI' Fort l'terce.... 1It:1: p ..... .. ...... .Sip LVOrmond...,... 311111' In .. .... .
County Judge of Brevard County. the engineer, to ahead and Lv Eden': ....... 11:1 l' ........................ LV lOiiil IRlatka. .. 4311) p us ..... .. .
n Lv L"JenRen..... .... '117 p ........ ...... .... .. Ar San' Mate .... lItal'ID:7: : :..
Put did leaving :Mr. Cust standing on Lv Stuart. .. ... 1211 p .... .... ...... .... Lv San Mat. .... 1211 P lit.. . ..: I
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the platform. LvAllola '... 13111' .. .. Florida
J. T. SANDKIW, .. AFiRlatka..p.n -f/I/ poi-. .., .. . Tumpa Bay Hotel Tampa I
L. OACLDKX LVfob.Rollnl. sIN! p ...... ...... ,
... .... .. .., .
Now it that Mr. Cast .Lv 1Rlatke' \ ,.
happened was Lv W .Jupitor. ... 81:1: p ,... .... .. .... .... ..405pm. .. Jl JlI
Notary. ,
the guest of Dr. Seward Webb, who L"Rlvl"r.. .. 8011I P ., .,.. .., ... ,,....LvHatbgI 446 p \11, .. ... .
\ & SANDERS.ATTORNEYSATLAW, 1."W."hn Reach. 811II p ., ..... ..... .... .... ArN;. AlljtllMtlne. l' 1121111 \111.... .... ...... .... The Scminolo Hotel Winter Park: Pla.
owns the Adirondack railroad. When I.y Royal 9 IN! ".... .. .... ".. .. I.v tit. Alljtll.tlne'III:1O: I'11, '1/11", 11 :JI ,
the train pulled out and left him he AI'J>hn Usachn Inn 9 fill .... .... ,.. . .. .. Ar .... .. p 11\' a Na 1:1:11I: : p ....

I Will practice In all the Courta of the State told the station agent who he was and = The Inn, Port Tampa, open all the year.
r Florida, and the United State Court then followed some lively telegraphing.When A. & W. Branch. J JThe

| P. O. Box 236. TITUBVILLK, FLA. the train to Horseshoe Pond -
got ROUTH BO(1NU. ]s01ltl{ IItUNtr.STATIONS. .

Money to Loan. 18 Conductor Clarke got orders from headquarters No 8 No,1 No. No STATRN8. Ne 2 t No florida Central i i !
to uncouple his engine and go &:
kew :, \\1'1'0 ;:;;- [ ( peninsular RailroadShort
., TITUS back to Chi Id wold for Mr. Coot The Lv Smyrna 2 30p.r4&i : ; s O.CItyJlma 'j-flllji
POWELL It Lake Helen 3ISp1113a: .. ... ?. .a Oran el'ity 111I11' tlol' ..... .
ruu back up the road wad made in lively Ly 0..1\1. City 8 !kip ." ... .. ... .. w Lake. "1\ I Ispil, a4.1) .. ....
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. time. :Mr. Cust and his boxes were put AI' 0.CItyJuno. "113a... .. ........ .A.'N"wflmyrnao' 341gr" . ,
between Vlorldn and nil Northern Point 1
Practice In State awl Federal court Land into the cab and the engine raced back Train SI and 87, dally b tween.J.flb..nvlll.andSt. AugWttiie| Ijino
|ides a specialty. Attorney for Hoard of to Horseshoe Pond where the surprised Tralna :2S and 9011 daily except Sunday. Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jaokionvtlle. \

ounty ComtnlsBlonera, and Oounty Solicitor passengers were wondering what' on Train Train 81 between south of New St. Smyrna Augustine and daily Orange except City Aunday.Junction dally except Sunilay. Everett, Savannah Augusta, Ca., Columbia, Washington, Baltimore .(

k>.O. Box 84. TITU3V1LLK, FLA. earth had happened Mr. Cost wasn't at Tl eM Time T..blelllho.* the tlinmi at which train may tie exiuwtwl: to arrive and depart from Boston and the East. ,'
New York
all put out. It was a new experience: for the set er vl itatloni but their arrival or departure a* the Ones. stated U not Kuaranteed, nor doe. Philadelphia "
the Co up my hold Itself responsible for any delay ot any consequences arising thereform.
him and he rather enjoyed it. j
Everett, Macon Atlanta Chattanooga, Nnshvllle, LouUvlllc Cincinnati d
J. R. 1BOTT. JOSEPH
Freeman" Hall, Silas B. Wright.AttorneyatLaw RICHARDSON I
Con
"I was rightly left be said to T\,e-Prealdent. Oen'l Passenger Aat. and Chicago.
DeLand, Fla ductor Clarke. "It was quite right. I Little Kansas St.Lonls
-- Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs, MempliU Hock City 0\\
H ALL & WEIGHT, wan there with my luggage, you know Chicago, Sioux City .

but when the twin came in I saw no River Junction PcnRRcollMobllo, Now (>Orleans Texas, Mexico Californiaand

INSURANCE AGENTS, porter or guard, and there was no one to The Tropical Trunk Line. tho Pacific Const. KITfctlvo .'RII. (t, I BOO.Now .

Titusville, Florida. put me aboard. I've not boon here before York I."nlt."no' Now York Fat '

you know, and I'm not familiar Mail I.OIIVHK .liii'kmiiivllle mint a. in. and eMIItYerett :
the "Old Hartford
Representing with d d American methods of m. dully with TlinmKh 1' lhnnn Hleu|>er* for
I Liverpool & London & Globe, and all the your Jacksonville & West New Route t \:: Huvunnnh.. I'oliunblnVunlilnKton. H ltlniore -
Tampa Key
I lending companies. Are prepared to railroading. I was rightly left rightly Railway. rhllmlulphla. York Idmiun and all

I write lines up to $20,000 in any part of left."-New York Sun. and Kimtern I 11:11I1": pulnt, in.*. A rrive' Jacknunv 9:45a.m: '

Brevard county. JOSEPH H. DTJRKEE Receiver. ('IIIIIJ.arUII..nt Cam between PIt. Aiimmllim
HENRY CLAY WAS RATTLED. TOAsheville New. lurk; 1)1 nlnif nan. to and. from Vmillington. -
SOuTH bRTH- ;
I BISCAYNE BAY BADE COUNTY.T .... : Time T.bl..ln Effect .r.n 6. '00. '
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Bat Ile Remembered Quotation That I I ..:' "' :: I c. Y4 INNE1'1 I ,,,
W. EWAN, ....... 10aoa' .800 ,. "83Oa l.v..JArK80NVILLE... ....Ar i iTh.8Mpme ojui88X1 INC : Only Lb. Thr.n..atlf..1' 11111
J J. U. S. COMMISSIONER. Did Just M Well aa. the Missing Word. ..... ... ...... 811Pa. ?.... ..?Orange Park. ..... .. .... 1211am 113IIpm . ..... Country ..' Mlilli., ami -
In the early twenties of this centuryMr. .. .. .. ... .. 8"Up 1100. .,..... .. "... .......rla. .. ....... ,..... 108am 231pID... Fsonml'Is: lluy Leave Jiii-kNonvllle H:4B: a. in. .
Notary Public State at Large. the ........ 11823 91/11'/ 925x... ... ..Magnolia.... ..... ...... 11411.10 213pm 48lpm1133a -v-1c.: for' Luke Ity Itiver.lnnetlun Live o ink' \ Maillnnii Montlrnllo 1
Clay was appointed by legislature .. .. .. 92.11 1133. ...Green Cove Springs .... ... OIlK.III ll00pm 46Opm10Mp TnUnhiisiiviik 1'ennurola, Mohlle
Lands Selected made. of Kentucky a commissioner to .... .... . . 91\11. ? ,.. .lk/atWIOk .. ,. .... 11111 ain I40pin. Now OrluiiiiH. and tlio wiuthweiit. Mexico 'all. J
Conveyances ,..
; ..... ... 12as.: 103111' 102lla.. .... ... ..I'al..tk......... ... ... M1mlanl 1l''pIII: .10pm fornlu anil the 1'aolllii' ( .t. C'urrlui: Bluepen.
Correspondence solicited. Address: Virginia to ask of that state that a commission .. ...... .. .. tl04p 104ea.... ..... .fI..tRum. .. ..... .. tllliam 1211I1'11tlllip / \ .... .... I I I Arrlv."JII" II..lIvlll.1'II'a..ll.'
Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove be appointed to make a definite ... .. ........ 1101a ..... .. ... .I.omon".... .. .. ..... t4l1.m 124TI'II\ .....,. 4 -
Office Ewan's Landing. line of demarcation between the two .. ". ... .. .. .. .. 11.1. III'''' ...., ., .Crelc"ntCltyJunotlon. ,. ..... 423aiii! 1:1811..in... .. ...p. Lraves.1it kannvll1e0:455.in. for Htnrke Ilaw-
.. .. ..., 11:1p: 1:104.: 113.\& ? .........8evllle.. ... .., ... ... 4UII.m 12111pm SI91.111 Hot Springs thinsNOv4rSrring,0calaliaumnville. Cellar. 4
states. Upon his arrival Richmond be ........ .... .... 1241la 19 Ofll' .... ..DeLeon 81.rlng.. .... ... 8111aPl 11.1& m ..... .. .. Key Wllilvimiil, 1..11111'11." Tav..re, Apoiika, ,
received with courtesy by its ..... ... .. 1:149.: 1:1: l:1p: ... .......... Glenwosal... ...... ".. SIIt..m 1141 a.. .. l'rrIII., I.KriHHiliim, DiulH t'lty, Plant City,
GEORGE w. ALLEN, was great ... ..Nip 120aU27p ..... ..... .lieresford..... .. ....... BMainII01)am ?440jiIIIMaIIIeJ9apnl and KnOXVllle 'rauigm' ArriveJaukmmvllH8i4Ui.m.: '
most distinguished citizens. He said ..... ... !lll p ...1 ly .. .. : _
..... .... DeLand ..... ... .
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...... ... 4lIPAI'I { .. I
his and affairs 130 P : Ar. ., II47ain 251pmt2 ('hu'llIltatl'lIl1t1 Florida Limited, '. .av" Jack.invlllH
ATTORNEV-AT-LAW, that profession, politics ........ :944 P... .. ... 12:11I... ....... ....Enterprille ...... .... ., ... t88l1aln t21"11.11\ MAGNIFICENT SCENEUY.TIIKOUOn .( T.INII". ill. Solid VentlbnleTrain. Time
of government had occupied his time BO ........ 11.:11': ... .. .. 2 421. ......,...Osteen..... .. ..... . .. ... .... 118:1am: 1.lIplll Is little ovor W hour to Clmniiimtl, via. Mnron r,
exclusively that he was aware of know .. .. ... 80111p ... ... 34411" .. ... .... ....MI......".. ,..... .. .. ,. ... 841all1:14111': ,' Atlanta ChaltunoiiKA' Connects for NuHhvllle I..
Key West Florida ...... 84sp.. 3..p.. ... .... .LaHranlt'l......" ....".! ... ........IIlltIa... 1211/I1' ,' SLEEPEKSJacksonvlllo IeilisvdinlhlrsIto/ : and' all point north soilwest. '
ing little of polite litertanre or the fa- ... .. t 3110 t311UI'AI' .... ....TI.n'8VILLE......... Lv.. .. 4emiain: tl21101'DI Arrlv Jiutkionvllle 8.2on.: in. .
Will practice In the United States vorite publications of the day. This ...... .. \. 8'1:11'': .. ..... .. .pfoOl.. ... .."....!. .. .... .. 'IOllall1141" ", Cincinnati. !
: ........ Sal 31171. .. .. ..... .Rorrentn........ .. .. .. ... 1.,. emlam 1113a", to
and State Courts. 9jun0GDR. prompted him to ask an old friend : ...... .11 4Ili . ......Mt.lJora.......". .. ... t45amII01ain H"lIy Springs nunte. St. I."IIA. Kansas" e \
whom he knew to be a literary man to I...... .. t p..1. ..t. 2111' Ar........ .....h..reA..I.v. I530amrlon0a0% Leave Jacksonville 0110; p. m. ('hl""K'", Leave .InckMinville. 7oo: p. m. via
....... 2811 / IlopAr..Sanford. ....LvCgYOam 10 M a tit I1M1ptoais / 1'1""ulI., Atlanta lllrtuliiKhitin' Holly Spring,
.I3. L. WILLS select some lines to introduce when addressing .. .... 2071 :........Altamnnte Springs......... .. Ilearn 1014a 11\ I03p: III Mtunphl, Sj>rlncfl( ld, KaiMM St.' Lonl. fhlcatro, Slant' : ('Ity. Through Hineimr.* without
the legislature as a quotation ....... : 2IIp.... .f..WIDter..rk. ...... .... IIII/am/ 10 lla..l:1I1:1Im: : change to Kunniw City and $: l. Louis/ and only one clmiin to,Chlca"" and Hloux City. Arrlv.
....... 3 311 2SOp......,. ..Orl..nd... .. .. ... 19MIam 0110am 4II1"n Jacksonville< 11:411: 11\. 4 .
expressive of his feelings to the state of ....... 451p 429a 8071'. .."......KI..lu'mee. ,......... 12o4am 02/la' 1lllIpm: Oi.4> .'. M.-Louni for Tallahassee Intermsdlale. point*. Arrive Jucknonvllle 3:40: p. in.7i3O .. '
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Virginia as his birthplace. His friend ". .... 740p x1905 5MpAr..Rartmw. .........Iv 2miprn'745uueenoam : ... Mf-Vor Tampa and Intermediate point*, riillmnn plop i>eni. ArrlveJ"k.on..lIIell.JOII.ln.,
'' Scott's ... .. .. Ito 40 p 818 P 1'1 41'1' Ar....... .Punt. Gorola..Lv. ... .. .. .. ....,. 'I M a 3ne For Macon Atlanta two Train Itally. sere) Juuknoiivlllu. t::20 a. m.. and lUUji.. Ui
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA suggested a stanza from "Lay ... .. .. 617 e m a "116 (lUp AI' ............ T.mpa.... .... ..... 8811 a m '100 a m In 111. m Pullman Bleeier on all Might' Train..
of the Last Minstrel,",which be highly ..... .. Grip 820. 12IIp ........ Ray Jlotel. .. . .... Sillpnt/ 0Sip III 101111.
...... .. 0605 6sOpAr.6 Tampa : Tampa. ......Iv750pin SIOain. . IF" Send for llet indexed Towniblp Map of Florida to
OFFICE:-Hutohlnson Avenue, near approved and memorized.The .... ... Mon snd Thurt 0 Sop 1.v..Port Tampa.,..... .. ........ Thur.. anti i.""n." A. O.
the Indian River hotel. day appointed for his address ........ Tees 41: Friday. a OI'p AI'............Kfly W..t..... ,.. .?1.v 9 110 P III Wedd aDd'.t. N. S. PENNINGTON MACDONELL .
halls and .. .. .... Wed .and 8at. S 111. At. .. .. ... ..Havana .. .. I.v 12 :till' no Wed. and ....C. General
found the galleries, every Traffic Manager. Passenger Ag't.

available space crowded with eager, expectant : :' ..
ASPINWALL Dally t Daily except Sunday. .
JOHN auditors, and beautiful -- -----
many Train 23, leaving Jacksonville dally at 8:ao a. m., arrive. at Hawthorne at 11140, Gainesville 1'-
women in bright attire gave brilliancy 1 2::811. Deal I :aO, Leenburg 3-M, Hrookcvllle At 00 p. m.
.,: to the scene. Ha held the attention of Train :'J3 and 7* carry through Pullman ItufTet Sleeping' car between New York' and Ft Tampa'
REAL ESTATE &; INSURANCE. Train 124 and 12 -Through Vestibule and chair car .between. JackMonvllle and Tampa. HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
his audience with entire success unti Trains :ill and 3'l. through tullinan leaping can between Jacksonville and Tampa

he came to the :part where he meant to W. B. COFFIN 0. D. ACKKRLY
EAU OALLIE .. FLORIDA introduce the quotation. Then his mem- General Superintendent. General fauenger Agent.

ory failed him. The shook was appalling -- MANUFACTURED BY -- '

for a moment. He stood rigid and pale

F.W.. CRAVEN, before a thousand watchful eyes, in his MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Chapman & Sudlow

DENTIST, mind only a blank before him. turbulent ,
of upturned faces.. With a char-
sea Florida, New York
Trruavii.i.B FLORIDA. acteriHtio gesture be threw np his bands South Jacksonville Florida.

to his forehead, and In his most sonorous Philadelphia and Boston.

Office east Indian side HutchInson River note avenue, near words tones: he recited the following Bulling: from Fernandlnat PASSENGER. FI SERVICE.,.., and Ilrun.wlck, G. For Oranges, Vegetables and Pineapples.


Breathes there the man with soul eo dead ,
Who never to himself bath said, Steamer train leave Jnrknonvllle (Union IMipot), "ALL >
TAR. F. H. JJOUGHTON RAIL," V. C. ... n. Arrive Glvon to Private Formulas. (:-
This ia tar own, my native lend Oe It.!, on Thursday only 11:110: I' in. :) Special Attention
Itruniwlck 10 p. m. I'adionifer.* going {' once on lioard
concluding his. speech amid deafening steamer \ such J'otlUlll. Kalnlt Cotton
Dealers In all kinds of Raw Material& a Snip. ,
DENTIST. applause. Through car without transfer, JacknonvlllD to Hrtinwlok Seed Meal, Nitrate of Noda, eUi., etc. .
C Every one present had supposed that PROPOSED gAILINOS nODe ground and steamed In the factory In three different grlsts.T. .

Atlantic Fla. be was overcome by emotion, and none Lv. New York Pier 21 E. R.; 8:8: +14 m, (Standard Time.) I.v. Ilruniwluk Bond for I'amplilefs .and Trice

Block Daytona, but the friend who had selected the quo- Friday, Jan.31.... ..... .,....... .....COLORADO ..... ..... .... .. .. ..Friday, Fnli. 1
the of Krl.lay Feb. 7........ .... ..... ...........RIO UIIAII: HE. ....... .', ..... ........FrldayFeb.14'' -. . --' -" -.- --,..- --. .
tation for him perceived cause Friday Feb. 14 ............., ....... .COlxmAIMI ........... ............ ..Friday, Feb. :2 '-
ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON, his momentary panic.-Louisville Con- Friday, ..Feb.it...... .....................ftIO URANU!!:. ..._j...........,.....Friday, Feb. W:
ALEX rier-Journal. Friday Feb. 28 ..... ... .. ....... ......... ..COLORADO.... .... .......' .... .. ..... Friday, Mar. 4
For generallnror..t1nn. steamers' train rato etn,. to railroad or to
apply any agent BOAT WORKS
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, H. H. RAYMOND, Agent Fernandins,111s. CIIAB I>AV1K*, Agent,YW W. Hay rt.) Jacksonville FLORIDA *, *
H. H. ItAYMNIHneral Southern Hriin.wirk, Oa.
JACKSONVILLE{ AND' TAVABES, FLA. C. H. MALLORY,General Agent. Pier iiO, E. River, and Sr Jiroadway, N. Y. ,
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Will continue to practice In the courts IdmtlfytMT W. _.__.. ._--
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of the Seventh Judicial Circuit. Al "Better git them ducks out" Mid West Palm Beach

State business before the United States and the barkeeper to the bouncer, "before o H .A. B- :eIC: ::f.I.t dz COVKAUCBB orAy. )j
Circuit Courts will receive the git to fiahtln."
personal attention of Mr. Alex St. they"Which ducks?" -, : IX e
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Clalr AbmmL "Them two settin at the for table :J3iWI.J.e: wines': an.d., LicYuorm: ::a 3C ra

that's tellin each other what good e;

John friends they are."Indianapolis Jour 8O7. see a sit W. Heir .t., :
B. Stetson University '
lUlL JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.. c $S

DeLand Florida.For Rye and Buarbon Whiskies from f I.7S -

: 14 nF +-'S to s3JO0sr'from gallon.BrandUe "..711 to 18.76 per Kall..... S :a
both Sete.! Normal School
Academy, Art : School College and Conservatory of 3 rjrWe: make a Specialty of North Carolina ::a .
Mu.lo. An limitation of Unit rank. Faculty t Mountain brew Corn WhUkey. tbieeyear >e ,
teacher. Seven elegant building, old, r-l-OO per icsllon ? ': I c:=
hear by steam, IlaUMd by ......cnolc'. Ho B -I-lie" JHR*-1 Cl? Zeta,2 fc-al.,Slots, 1 gal..'I'' PURE. = 'Z
and cold water Dac.... Thoroughly equipped liS 50rta. '
ftymna-lum. Department of rhyclcal Culture ya_ 'i alleClSt Keg.- gad, fit 10 N, '1.211. KbblY :;,;; ,c:2:
with Military IJrUl for young men. Library of T.3t ,1JSO.Fartlei. C3T3oatn .
41.000 volume. Beading I'IOID. with all leading j o rAN a living la Dry Town will do = = :3C.
Periodical anti dally and weekly paper t well loonier from a* a* we can save, : =
Thoroughly ooratorl....equipped AeparaM chemical budding for and Music phyelca and ,I !.IIi=j ; them 50 per.,. .on allorders. WHISKEY i .;: J C"-2
-Always: send. with orders.Me :z-:
Art Srhoolii as money ,
,with artist of eetabllihed reputa .. nnlene C::
befits eharire.: Second term opens| IMcembef .oit will not opec new "c. ) :::::>>
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nltable Jarknoavllle reference le ctvea.Nw
37.;MM. -=
Send for full Information
catalogue KtUng .
toi Uoothi pass C. U. V. to Dry Town .
::! :s
;;i ,- JOHN .. Y' BBM. PreeldonU .

j.., i -- hauled out and Repaired at the lowcsfigures.

Have you seen it f Seen what Why .. .Jd Prompt attention. given to orderr4.EstimateeglvenaDn .
the Walton lrfachl_. II
Rapid Calking
{ oil kinds of boat!
31: .
Ton own s sail or row boat, don't fall to tt .

have one- on hand. It Is 'a labor f' = g ..rav JOB PRINTING, .t Neatly{ and Promptly 'Executed Agents" for'tbe.CelebratId', t_ Tff .
aver, sod Is patented In the United = '
States, Great Britain, Canada, eto. A :I"1JH WOLVERINE ENGINE for the 'East Coast of Florida.A .

few of the state rights will be sold at a av at the "Advocate" Office. .
reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Walton T. ROSE.v
TUosvtlle. Fla. 3 ,.

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! ';: -f INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. *- able amount of trade is deflected ty' history. We may not have been examined and found eermt, be

from Titusville to other points, and done as much for the people' as we :;c opted by tree Board, .*4 vouchers. It Will Take You only .

""..' that at a time when we cannot afford would like to have done-perhaps ,,*d with the clerk.
: : A west LT JOURNAL DEVOTBD: TO TH. DXVBbOrMBNT On motion( It was rdered< that J.
J" OP TUB IKDIAM dust: was to let a possible nickel slip not as much as our ambitious Houston be empowered to have two three minutes to read

I WORTH 1MD BIHCAYNB:DAY SBOTIOKS.' through our fingers. We should friend at Cocoa may be able to 'Jo: liliRters built-one for Turkey Creek,and

,' imagine that but a small effort on in the same length of time-..5 one for Sebastian Kiver-20x12 feet, the this ad. and it will

the of merchants wouldbe when he intimates that our. moat economical and substantial way.
our offer
part
Office Avenue, Tltusvlll 'I toad petition from Toledo to Fort ..
.
: Washington
::1 t :. Indian River, Florida. necessary to obtain the needful of free tobacco seed is the first evIdence Drum WAS received and filed. pay you at the, rate of : '

appropriation for such a purpose, that we have ever given of' On petition of II. L. Parker et al., fora

especially with the government H desire to "try and d.o something change of public road from Fort Drumto a Dollar a Minute

j. 1, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. dredges so near at hand as theyare to help the people," h4e does us an I were Orange appointed Cule, to the mark following, view and persons lay i

i c' __ at present. Why do not our injustice and he wljllind that such put the same: H. A. Holmes, Manning

lr' Editor&l'roprletor. I people get together and do some a policy always" reacts to the injuryof I Swain and L. Carleton, and to report to .AT I
CHAS. H. WALTON, :
the Board at their the first Mon
'. thing ? the. one who, adopts sfch( a meeting

fr MEMBER OFI course. We still have a little more' day. The InJKarch.following bills were passed and

I i ,t THE FLORIDA' PRESS ASSOCIATION, 'OUR CITY. FATHERS. I subscribers.tobacco see **o give away to our J.audited E. Bowman to be paid, sheriff: . .$ 3105W. .

It AFFILIATED WITH TUB I T. Hayes, deputy-sheriff/ . 3 75 The Surprise Store
I > National Editorial Attociation.BubRorlptlon. ., The recent continued absence of J. Bell, coroner, blyof( Barrett. 3 00 *
>...... our leading townsmen and city ItltEVAICD COUNTY COAL J. S. Bell, Inquest:, P. L. Jensen. 3 00 ,
J. M. O'Neil (10
1 jury on inquest.
fathers which
was so forcibly commented MISSIONERS. H. B. Harkens" 60

.. ,"., Twelve months, fl.MShe' on by "Philosopher" in L. D. Metts II (10

t <' .. 1.ta these: pages last week, leads us to The Board. of County" Connuiimlonerg L. Snell 00CO
Florida
I i Three .. _. ./10t T. J. Alford II St. Augustine
the 'Conclusion that things are beIng met pursuant to adjournment. Present: ,
II ,
t Jt U. S. Tucker 00
t Single copy permitted to take their own Wm. U. Sharpe, Chairman; F. T. Budge, II "
,. Strictly In Klvmace. I II J. Memlol, J. Houston, R. D. Uoke; P. E. Robinson 70
.' I cheerful in our town while. "
course G. E. Dalton" 70
; A. A. Stewart, clerk; J. E. Bowman,
t r"'' those who should be directing her sbeiitf. The folluwlag business was J. Beck 70

1 t'' bf mmlrhe.boveratestnoludethepayment affairs are looking after their interests transacted to witTlieninutt'sof-: W. S. Kinley" II 70
.. J. Norris 80 Is the fate of prices to suffer
I A
alle.; Btilmorlptlons can Cl menca sup time last meeting were read IT
elsewhere. There is
j during the year.Diseoetinuanee. I an excellent and confirmed. C. J. Ginn II 80 amputation with the coming of the

I j' I It saying which has It that Th. report of JL. .. Carlile,cattle Inspector J. Houston, county commissioner 15 00 New Year.

of ...lvt.... munt IM iwule Iparoimlly -: though "Brag is a 'good dog, Holdfast <>f District:No. 1, for the monthof W. II. Sharpe, 1100A EVERYTHING IN THE
is bet' ." At examined and Cleveland, reglst. officer.. :. 10 41
at this office or by wrltng.1 a 'er present no January was. approvedby
t: the Jioard. I[. Titus, pro! attorney .. 33 33I. StoreWith
I i. doubt travel ds rushing past us at The report of M. S. Jones, county R. State bank, interest;. .. 13 41 Big
i \ all comrannteaUonft to a swirling pare, Hbu-t a tide that has judge, for licenses Issued during the L. T. Coodey, deputy sheriff . 1300

INDIAN RIVER: ADVOCATE' attained so 'much force must event month of January having been examined, F. T. Budge, county commie a 8 00 a tinge of winter about it has
'' R. D. Uoke 52 60 been reduced in price, and now
greatly
ually produce an -eddy, which in wan approved by the Board.
: i' TlTUItVILJ& ''FLo rlM. J. Mendel 8 40 It Is nothing short of a Bargain 1'ic-
The of A. T. Feaster treasurerof
4 .r the will report :,
: back
long run bring our Brevard having made his A. A. Stewart, accountant ... 15 00 Nio to shop here.
,
., .4 former ,prosperity although>> it quarterly; report county ending December 31, J. Mendel, 4 copies minutes.. ... 6 00) ))
''I/'! 'heck,eto., may be made payable to'CUrvui/K: may not be until the extension: of! -181)5!\) also his report of the tine and A. T. Feattter, com. as Co. treas 112 :3.. .
/ : 1, ; 31. VJH.TOK. ,p..UHber and prop'rletor. the railway has reached its limit. J forfeiture fund for the month. of Januaiy J. E. Bowman. janitor. .... 5 00 If You Can't Come don't hesitate to send!
._ jailor . . 3000 ,
J --- ---- -- -- ---- We who remain to 'see the end: 1KOO, having been examined and "
I 20 10
1 r Is the Bourse of our extensive will probably see Titirsville gradually ;; found Board. correct, was approved by the feeding exp. on Hamberg prisoners 48 80

l i literary labor's we ''happoned on growing from the ashes of her'' On motion, U. D. Iloke and J. Houston 4feeding Co. dogs. 4 (00 Your Orders right along.

Electric . .. 8 00
the term ""unspeaknble'Lurk" ," and great fire, with a steady, substantial ', were appointed a committee to destroy Light company.
K. Pentland 3 00
Have been the warrants as turned over by the treasurer guarding prisoners
wandering ever since growth, more) healthy than the "
J. C. Elwes 3 (00
,,, .(even to the verge of brain lever) boom-growth: which ''has caused the I The committee as per schedule having; to reported burn the to same.have II. J. Anthony" 4 00 Nine cases out of ten you will get just as

1 'HI to what it means. flow can a overbuilding of so( many of 'our! I performed their duty, asked to be discharged I 1.. T. Cooley"( ". C I 00
human (or even inhuman) being, southern ''towns ; wo shall see the ,' which was accordingly done. John Myers 400 good selection as if here in person, and in
.1. Houston, road work .. . 348(1(
I On It ordered that the
'Y be unspeakable ? Arise, ye philosophers '! steamboats'.once more running on' stub motion warrant was No. 083 should read GeoBHall' .. . 1200J.

I'' i and enlighten our overclouded -': the .riverwe:; shall see factories fifty dollars on .Instead of fifty-one. \VlIson" . .. 8 00 Every Case the very

: 'v i l intellect. established, and -our hotels and Permits.were granted to the following Pomar A Thomas, jail work.... 2 25

boardinghouses filled. The! next persons to carry; repeating rides: E. U. J. E. Bowman .... 245; BEST VALUES We have will be Sent.
"
) 'i 'i Wx think year..tr two'.will doubtless be'dllii Goodall, B. C. Taylor, F. T. Budge; Win- F. T. Budge . 1113
we are voicing the general chesters. II. & W. B. Drew, blank books. 20 54
t Mf sentiment of our peopl.e when I cult to worry through but it has On hearing petition presented to the J. :E. Bowman, slier I IT. . . 3300
) 't.o'be flone and the H. J. Price wood clerk's office.. 2 00) You Order with Full
we suy that we are all.just'IY proud got "stayers"wiliget : Board by.John Houston, as chairman, I can Confidence, as
,of our Tituavllle band, an d would" their reward. Let us all and Win. K. Boescli, secretary, of a convention J. Mendel, making fldanclal rep't 1500F. :
I B. shei iff.! . 80))
Wright, deputy
held ia the town of Eau Gallieon
like to hear it perform frequently poll together. : this is the LARGEST DRY GOODS STOREin
more -' January 30, 181)0\) for the purpose of J. E. Bowman, sheriff . 33 00
1 9 '$, thuri it .does Th) dolefulappeiirance nominating candidates to be elected at J. E. Bowman, feedingS prisoners 12 00)
of tale fleeer ted dock the municipal election to be held on the J. (3. Anderson, 18 50' the whole State of Florida.
DISTRIBUTING TOBACCO SEED.Ourusual.y Futch .. . 000 I )(
would if the band would 10th of March: when the following persons Mary pauper. .' (
consantt' ,
were put in nomination: For Ch. Padgett . .. 10 OJ
to 'perform thereon.. occasionally, Wm. U. Hooseh for aldermen, for mayor two Wm. Anderson .. . 000 I () '
; be relieved by the gay a nd giddy genial, but at .pres-j years, D. 8. Bryan; W. K. Tombes; for Sarah Bean . . 10 00 3". TTB SITES:
< 1 throng which would dou btless attend -, ent. temporarily jaundiced friend; marshal and collector, G. B. Snellj; for Chs. Jacobson .... . 10Ot) ,
j the air Who.presides over the Cocoa assessor and treasurer A. A. Ford;; for M. Hayden .. . .. 4 00
concert B.WE paper,
open L. Eaufalla .. . 400
town clerk U. K. Watts.
of
1t 1 suid.in Ills last issue that he was On motion, it was ordered that J. J. Lewis . . 0 00 Proprietor the Surprise Store,

;' t would like to see a base 'ball "glad to see the Ai>vvcwtTE< gettingout Houston be empowered' to buy the Anna Gore . . 5' 00
..
I or lawn. tennis -club, ..r something of.its staid ways and at 4ast bridge/ running across the Eau HUallie G. W. Cornell .. . 1\ 00 ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
C' tryingto< do something! of the kind, B tar ted'In the:' town, tn The Board then adjourned to the first
of Eau OolUe for $250.
: ,
? people Our esteemed friend at
.
a change from the ol. Monday in March.
,
monotony motion.It ordered that the
On
was ro- JAMES PBITCHABD President W. B.
Cocoa intimates that whon of. ; BARNETT, Vice-President
we ;
bicycle riding or stroll ing round nnrt nf the vlAirora fnr t.liA road rainmlntrfrom
i ter a little tobacco seedto: our ub- :; --Jdl'-; ;;; -r-b-'a-c' W. M. BROWN,Cashier.
t the dock, which at prese nt seem to Woodlejr to Presbyterian Church.
I' scribers that we are only imitating and notices, of the same be post-!;
be the
9P only two forma of exercise ceptedt
laic conduct and copying his 4
that It is possible 't QI i.ldulge "In. The report of the viewers appointedto Services regularly: every Sabbath morn-
1, t, We remember hearing in the IceagI progressiveneuc, and.chat view sad Ji.y out the road between Ing and evening. ,

I ago a rumor that a base bull club It is 'the first occasion" which the Ankona and deasen, report aa follows: The Ladle Aid Society has purchaseda (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida)
ADVOCATE has ever done anything That we proceeded to the said proposed fine lamp for the pulpit. The Pastor
"f was about to be :formed ; but, like to help,the people. location of the.s ld public road upon the ., finds it very helpful, and appreciates the -rr- Authorized capital, $1OO,000Paid
a great many other 'excellent project Slat of 1806 and kindness. r'
day January, beginning
,
'' *, it has been allowed to drop W'hat.astlurance'J!] What-fre liaessJ at the bank Jjidlau River at a Street I The two sermons on the "Duties of j J up capital, $25,000

into oblivion. .Before the .Cocoa caner running east and west from Jensen.rail- Parents" were well received. PracticalBiiKtonta Average deposits

was over thought about, ,during road station. nud running along bank: of __ __. _alwava..._ .a_walr.. _nn An lnfai.____naf__.._ -- .y $300,000
our.dafantile days ore moUe said river in northerly, direction, and The Pastor le organizing a Home Class : '
r a good
'tl WE do not mean to th.nt: this for the ending at Ankona postofflco; east line of In the Sabbath. school. The idea is a : Transacts General
Buy fight people, and.had much a Banking
t said road 1. betted at a distance of good one, and the wonder is that our
'IL ; section is going to the 'deL IInltlonI to da with malntalaingeteamooat twenty feet trop upper edge' of bLnft.un/ wide-awake leaders did not think of it

I bow.wows" since the freer and competition on Indian River. less where .alight variation U desirableto long ago. Several denominations now I Easiness,

\ r taking oif of the steamers from! Think.; of the article which: bare save special trees or render
/ Indian River, but we do think filled our columns About raising straighter together with the following Sabbath school work. Largest and Oldest! Bank on the River
Jerusalem, the Golden next Sabbath
j exceptions: In front of E. A. II'Jaw'sland
I ,I.'' things will not improve by slItting sugar, hemp, ramie, cassava, to- west line of d'ond Is located thirty evening. Lecture and song to match.

II'' idly by, and letting everything, slip aaceo and rice, and as forgiving a feet from upper tedge of bluff, as .per There are many who cannot attend DIRECTOnSI.tALPn1TCBARnW.B.nARNs1T!
through our fingers, for want of little seed, it was hardly ; stakes put d.wn,.except as far.. is necessary Sabbath school. Some have little child (yreeldpnt'k' l
neceesarj of
ren, some are Invalid. some are aged the National Bank of Jacksonville), J.H.
to assure ,good connections or
Builicient to and bold when OURKEE
'I' energy grasp several railroads of the state! (Vice-PreMldent National Bunk of
live too far All these
,
north and south lines; on II. J. .La away. are enrolled .ye Taoknonvllle
,
i ) W. 8. GBAHAM and W. M.
i ,v" .them. Now comes a report that (or,years have offered, to ,furnishfree 3'ourneau'aiaal, adjoining on the north, In a Home Class, provided with lesson BR4wN.h .
owing to the fact that no stel\01. .tobacco seed. < road is located! along present margin; helps an envelope for weekly offerings, CORREPONDEl'fT! .
'. : boats are running on Indian River, When we mad anearnost effort vend Is located went-W the Lucas atone and they study the lessos at home. They ; M r Seaboard National Bank of New York and
1 !'I t the beacon lights be done for shell building; tm L.11I1.of T. E. Kiebanda, have a membership c\rdt! can draw libra national Bank or Jackoev111e. 20
road td
: may a we 1"I".rUSVILLE
wore .trying
I north of the IlonphUl lot:, road .curves ry books, and are cordially Invited to FLA..
};tt away with, so that there will be a la something for the peqple, and: to.thewestco as ito, teross tramway at visit the school whenever they can.

1 saving of the government oil. Thin believe it we had won in that con- grate paver west .of Capt. Klcbards4 Thus they are Induced and helped to .

I ,t t'.'. may be all very well in Its way. ., eat. hard, times wound have been a .>mktenceaiMl .oi_thihnek to margin of study God's word, neglected by so many FLORIDA EAST COAST '"
bill.l1lorth line road as located .'.In this day and They are Identifiedwith
but although steamboats not ; i i west 6Jf age. RAILWAY /
may thing of the past in !Bnovard' count
I large Gumbo fri.Bboittfl in front of lira.La the church and can heln the school
'. ,. be running at night on Indian ty ; and We are now trying t. open Xourneau'a piM&Ing bouse and biased. financially and numerically. n

River, there are numerous Bailing up Banana river. We have ;long tree**i p to chureh lot; from south to Next Sabbath morning there will be aoCIblldren' Land

"t. eraft who ply- these waters at tried establish a barber at Can. north lines of landsof .W. F. Richards' service. Parents are urged to Department.If .
read,iU located west.of blazed trees and.remind the children of this and to be
night and the beacon ; posts, averaLtlldmking that In you wish to
doling sow sure and be themselves purchase land for '
stock
present It
of margin, in pnnstng !.flood pineapple; ; will ranch, General
I light, would be a source of, were -". ',ylng to do something Mocks. .: be a service for all, old and young. Le Trucking or Farming, Fruit GrowIng -
great danger to the lives of our for the people." Oily a few creeks On motion It Is ordered that M. .9. us all enter heartily Into this service, a Business or Residence lot, anywhere between St. Augustine

people as well as ,strangers to In. ago we distributed a .lot of kola, Same, J. J. LaRoche and A. B. Carter be ail make the children feel that they 1 and Miami, call on or address the undersigned.
I{ dlan River. The doing of appointed to review the read between base a part In the worship of the sanciUMty. .-
in
nuts beah condition.
away ,
'
They are There will be rurSpecial terms
Merritta And Georgia, oa: the most a congregational to actual settlers.
." .:1 these lights nwist not be, and >the scattered all the way from Daytona. practicable route. meeting Immediately after the evening

: ADVOCATE will certainly make ,. to Key ,West,, and reports are coming O. petition of A. N. Ilovtaagel al ervice. JAS. E. INCRAHAM Land
tr! strong representations to the prop in that ,they. have sprouted and for a pub1ie road from t.keDCU'U, line of The next lecture will be on Jerimnlom- Commissioner,

er quarter .if the authorities attempt the plants are doing nieely. the ltatlJtOl" tract northward to Fort I Come, and welcome. The Mosque of ST. AUQUSTINTr FT..A.
young
Omar,a beautiful Mohammedan -- '- --
-
"I''' Pierce the Board appointed Ga* Soeger temple, '
{ to do away with the beacon These kola :nut cost money. Theyare Geo. K Andrews' and Alfred Cox to occupying the site of Solomon's temple,

lights for the purpose of saving a;, something entirely new to,Florida view, mark aDd lay out the same", and to( the Holy Sepulchre and other places of
few dollars and endangering the'' and we have laid the foundation report on tbe-samo to the Board on the Interact will be visited next Sabbath ASPHALT R00111 PATNT
{ I I,il lives of yachtsmen along Indian of what a .first Monday" March. eveningtn the lecture on the Holy City.
may prove _
very The climate
On motion It Is ordered that the time scenery, and agricultural! .. ..
River. -* *A JS A I ISW
Z1 profitablecron.. af T._ r.. A..... feft.... maw hi.. AnA I.. tv....n.t_ product el Palestine will be deirrlhorl_ Ground
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: ---------- We accord: all due credit to the .4 for 00 day &..ager.On Good singing and plenty of I-a* usual.: Pure: I

As HAS already' been suggested Cocoa News for its liberality and motion It its ordered that the tax These lecture. are Instructive and enter, hlOhll, i i Red Brown d Agents Wanted.

in the ADVOCATE, some effort progress in distributing tobacco assessor note ea the tax book all ex taining. Everybody welcome. and es t J an !
:
iI .notions allowed by law opposite to all Write. for Samples. ,
should be made to obtain from seed, but there still exists some sash! assessed persons.Oa Jupiter Weather Report. Grade i, I

congress an appropriation for the merit -some brain-outside of the motion, it it ordered that a permitbe Asphaltum.{ Black. Prices

purpose of deepening Banana Cocoa .anetum. Tobacco culture granted to A. Z. DIxon to plant oys-! The following is a comparative statement f Catalogue, Etc
ereek, which has become altogethertoo and the free distribution of seed is tars upon his rlparisus rights on lot 0, as of temperature and rainfall for the .

shallow for even the most ordinary 'nothing new under the sun ;" read 20:per and plat 21 In, townsplp deed book:it.J.couth, page of 115 range, see. week ending Tuesday, Feb. 4, 181JtJ. OJ ..AtN'It:: ::: a-

traffic. We are aware that history, "beta' de wah. A good. 30 east, the seems not being a maternal -1800- -1805DATK. TIN IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS

I[' those most concerned in such an deal more tobacco was raised In bed.On :. MAX. VIJT. MAX. MIX. Factory Farm and Rail

undertaking are at present absent Florida at that time than at motion It was ordered that the 29 73 54 Sit 65 road Buildings Freight
a good deal present report of O.o. E. Chester and Geo. II.ArgeUtoger !30 00 63 80 68 Cars Bridges Fences and
1 attending to business ,
and to certain
our! knowledgethe appointed at the January 31 73: tl7 78 67 ,
outside of town, but It would be railroads were distributing free ,meeting to mark. view aad lay out a 1 74 117 78 68 iron fork of every Kind.

i well to remember that, while they seed as far back' as eight years change of publle road from HanleevlIIe 711 tt 84 70 Building Papers
mn extending their operations else to G. \V. Holme; south line of Mount S Tot 64 71 61 Roofing Tarred Felts 2 and 3'-Ply
Q \where, their interests at'this point ago.The Cocoa Is l less than place, with accompanying plat, be accepted 4. 67 63: 60 47 and all klnd of Asphalt.Read-
should be I paper a and notice posted as requiredby Total rainfall for the week: o'33lnchea. :RGOiZ2! ,
not altogether neglected. old-"by their fruits shall law. ga
year ye Departure from normal rainfall for the Su.ppJ.1es.: V
.As 4jj a depth of water In Banana know them." The 'record of the Om motion, It was ordered that the week: minus '.60 Inch.. Departure ntoxt

areek grows '.smaller by degree. ADVOCATX covering ,nearly five emt-aaniial report of Wm. II. Sharpe, from normal rainfall since Jaaasrv 1, The' Armitage Manuf"g
J. Mended, R. D. Uoke and J. Houston, Manufacturers CO.
0.49 ,
-fld less consider. plus Inches. 01 Aspbaltntn .
beautifully a
: years-is a of Brevard Coal Tar
part
; coun M Boas Commissioners, after baring J. W. CBOXK Observer, 3200 to 3300 WIUI..burc Oils, ete..,
Ave.
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Awarded charmIng young ladles, spent Sunday passed through here, Saturday night I boat. Sailboats are lovely when one Is

eat Honors-World'* Fair.3ICE with Miss Cora Brown. last, on his way to the Palm Beach Inn, I In a hurry and there la no wind. G. G. SPRINGER 9

Mr. and Mrs. A. Faber and son Georgewere to upend a day or two. Our Tax Collector Wooten was in .

DR; calling on friends at Cocoa, on A. J. Motley, the carpenterwho,was town Wednesday. In the afternoon of I ,(
Tuesday. recently taken seriously ill, is no betterat the same day C. J. Hector sprung a
Messrs. Waller, Sanders and Martin this writing, and lies in bed in a help- petition on the people to call an electionto Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of
less state. see If the county seat could be moved.
were over from Indlanola, the first of Why can't we wait for the general election .
the week. Com. F. D. Hughes; and wits, Mrs. Anderson and
save f
Mr. and Mrs. Barton left last week for and Mr. Brown have had an enjoyable expenses ICE I ANn ,!
John of Melbourne Beach
trip to Nassau. Mr. Henry, ,
a trip to Jupiter, and other down liver Is wlnd-bouud In Melbourne, but looks ,
points. There are more rumors of newspapers
would make
as smiling as ever. John a
CREAM Messrs. Hardee and Wilson were call- to be started at Mhml-pl'ohably three. rood assessor for our county, and we '
: ing on friends In Hardeeville last Sun- Must of these newspaper men are said to think, judging from what talk Me hear Distilled Water'
I day. be In the real estate business. down the river, ho will "get there with r
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BAKING Miss Nets Mis. M. E. Oruber; is making many both feet.

spending the week McDonald with ,her of aunt Tampa, Mrs.J. Is. friends down this way, but she miss* Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers.
P. Blown. her son Charles, who Is visiting his Palm Beach. ,
giandmother\ Mis. Decker, of Titusville. .
POWDIR10ST Messrs. Hentz Faber Cresson and
,
Anthony Bros. the jewelers, are doing FACTORIESCocoa
,
Hatch returned Saturday morning, from a big business. Their enterprise and The English mail now goes to Nassau and West Palm Beach. ,
a week's hunt Merritt's Island.
PERFECT MADE. on energy; is bringing them business from by way of Palm Beach.

Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret Capt. R. A. Hardee, of Sebastian, all parts of the East Coast. Watch their Thomas T. Reese has been appointed -- -- .. --- .. -

l f mmonia Crape Alum or any other adulterant spent several days of this week here, ads in the pink paper passenger agent of the J., T. & K. Railway -

40 i YEARS THE STANDARD. visiting at the home of Mr. E. W. Hall. Taylor &: Bioome, lawyers, of West at this place. J. S. Smith, Jr. & Co.

I I I II !! 1 ....... Capt. W. H. Sharpe has been at TItus- Palm Beach, dissolved partnership Saturday Lieut and Mrs. Willoughby of Rhode ,
MMMMMM MMM MMMM1st. vllle this week, attending the monthly moining. Jlr. Taylor expects to I Islands are among the pleasant ones who DEALERS IN -
meeting. : of the County Comiulssloneis. ,'leave for Miami soon, where he will' are stopping at.The Inn.
Lucie River. leside. :Mr. Bioome will remain here.
Mr. W. S. Norwood, of Titusville, Frank Brown Is exhibiting the shell ofa
spent Sunday with Capt. W. II. Sharpe. The newspaper outfit of Graham A: big trunk-back turtle. Ho also had a BRICK I
are having some very delightful Ho went from here to Cocoa for a short Featherly Is now hero, ready to be shipped wild oat on exhibition. :-
|er just now.scbooner visit. to Miami. The new paper will .
I make Its appearance about the middle ofMarch Father Nugent, of Liverpool, England ,
> Queen came In from the Miss Cornelia Hentz, of Quincy, Fla., or pobsibly sooner. gave a tlno lecture In the Casino of the
nas a few days ago, after a very who has been visiting relatives and Royal I'olnclanlSunday morning. Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc. Etc.
| passage. friends here for several weoks, wont to The ADVOCATE is eagerly watched for ,

Is welcome vis- Rockledge Tuesday, where she is spend- at this place every week and It Is generally Prof. Chns. B. Cory, wife and family, AOKVTH FOIl : Will always glvo very lowest pilots
j la ADVOCATE these parts,a and very Is gaining sub- ing the winter with her sister, Mis. admitted on Lake Worth that the Mr. and MI'''. Cutler, and Mr. Cotton ROME MUCK CO., Rome, Oa. and prompt shipments

trs all along the East Coast. George Hatch. popular pink paper-under the sole have) returned hote from Canaveral Club c gumantoe -
charge of the proprIetor, Mr. Charles 11. house. Mi. Cotton killed. boar while
THE CAROLINA BROWN STONE CO.
I mitlsfactlon.
I are pleased to see Mr. W. Kitching The ball at Indianola, last: Friday Walton-is as blight and newsy as ever. hunting.
night, was well attended by our people The ADVOCATK has OFFICE: W REHOUSE
nl I again: with his schooner Heich- many\ warm su pportel's :
here. them noticeMoedames Lieut. B. M. PuiHsell, U. S. A., accompanIed t
aded with goods of the best quall- Among we on Lake Worth, and'e should like t 138 East Bay Street. McConlhe Block.'
Albert Faber Brown C. L. Faber by Mr. Charles II. Walton, (
ha always carries. ; to see Mr. Walton permanently estab- ..... ... ...... its
I the Misses Wlglield, Sharp, Faber, Hentz lished in Dade county. editor and proprietor of the A VoOA'rE, Telephone" i li>|>h 'as::
I art has a very nice literary society, and Brown. The gentlemen were: arrived' At The Inn on !Saturday evening.Mr. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
It seems asIf the members will carry Mesftis. Faber, Robinson; Blown and Walton also attended the dance at ,t
Ilielr plans all right. The society Burck. Must bo Sold. the Royal PoiticUna.:

[lout 23 members, who meet everyday
evening at seven o'clock p. in.Le A Fertilizer for Fruit. / ,
Remember the ADVOCATK Titus-
invited to attend. [ Over }-milo Indian River front at Paia- Fort Pierce.
cordially vllle, does all kinds of job 11l'lntlng. Give clise Point, on Hobo Sound, four miles
lirt has its new school-house flnlshlud us a share of your woik.] above Jupiter; all high banks, beautiful '

it is a credit to the county of villa sites, in the heart of pineapple dlstiict sick Mi.Is L. S. Spencer l'ocllvel'lng.'fhe who .has boon quite ="- "CC':''. _. __c- ._ "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer i"
slowly .
I; in fact It is much better than Eau 1.0. 11crC8. Will bo Hold in strips ,
Gallie.Mr.
lot the school-houses in the county. with liver front, or the whole to anyone beacon light Inspectors weio here, Prioo251.Oo: Jor Ton.. ,
B it Is now needed to make a com- wishing iv safe Investment.' Wednesday, looking I after their IntoientH.

school-house is the bell and the J. G. Bnat, of Samo, spent Mon- For further Inclination), addressL. Rev. Mr. White preached at the Meth- GrUAHANTKi) ANALYSIS :........ 'i,

day In Cocoa. II. <>KKK: photographer, odist church Sunday to ( Molstmo ... . . . . ", . .8 to 10) Per t'cnt.
a largo Congregation. .
leu will the county road be worked Mr. A. A. Ford spent Sunday last In West Palm Beach, Fla. Ammonia . . . . . . |ltr, to U"I "

long the river front by Waveland ? Daytona. Mr. Gilbert Totton spent yoHtoiday In Phosphoric Acid. . .. ., . . . ,,1'1' to 0 '* "

1 k 01 nearly'ked, and a year Instead now of since bonding the road they Rumor s.iys the ladles will give a leap- Sebastian.The town, on a visit to his family lie returned Potash (Actual')? . . ... . . .((1 to M." ;

y to make a shell road, it would be year dance soon. last night to West Palm Buach. Made exclusively Prom Bright Cotton hood Meal Nltr.ito of Hod.i. lllood, lionet .
i better if they would keep cleanwe There to bo a big ball at the town l>IIIRolvOlll'IItIHplll\te, (Kino (I roumimi'l'obmtcco Stems, iiiul Sulphate( of Potash.
Mr. J. II. D. Smith visited the county
already have, as the road In ADVOCATE Is steadily gaining hall to-night. Wo acknowledge the tiJT": Wiltofor diicotloiiH for using and further piiitkulnis; also ask. forcopy '
|ion Is not fit to travel on, and has seat in the early part of the week. ground down this way, and its columns imich-appicUated invitation from Mr. i of "Ki'iinoinlcal: itlllzlng for Knilt." Wo carry a huge" stock of all Foitlli

on since last year's gales. Have you heard jt? Heard what? are always full of interesting news. John Hill the manager, who never /.or Material, Cotton Seed Mmtl1'ubac0o Dust, Potash etc. Wilto for prices bo-

Why, Charlie Young's graphophono, of Mr. Robt. Hardeo, of Rockledge, ow- makes, fallm'e. fore buying. Wo seek the growers trade direct i''

ml the ADVOCATE an order for any course. ner of the yacht Rosalind, stopped overnight I The romaine of Chas. Kaiser, of Jensen WILSON & TOOMER,
Dr. Holmes, of City Point, was here ; in our town one day last week. who died In St. Augustine last.Fii-

filming you need.], Monday to attend Mr. A. A. St. Clair, I. Rev. S. F. Govo preached a good( sermon day, were brought hem that night/ and The Fertilizer House of Florida

who is very low. on Sunday List-morning and even- interred in the Fort Pierce cemetery on Jacksonville, Fla.

Banyan. Mrs. Chas. Schoonmaker, of Cocoa, ing. We wore glad to see so many out. SaturdayMr. / '..
R. Carleton has tho - --
visited her sister,. Mrs. Lourcey, a few Mr. Jas. A. Groves Is pushing the completed
last week; work on Main street, which Is a great I
days work on Mr. Loudei's house as rapidly
tins and tomatoes are loolilng in fine :Mr. Wm. Tieutler visited Titusville as possible. He expects to finish It In Improvement, bestir yourselves to our town.and Now finish, citizens the- Fred ke S. Morse "

ptlon, and our pines are beginning last Monday, on business before the about six: weeks. sidewalk. Theio's nothing like it. x- -x-

pom. County Commissioners. The drawbridge at the !Sebastian riverIs "
.
C. L. Stewart has sold 40 acres of A negro woman was shot, In the leg, .
last out of the Tho whole
[near'. Horse creek to parties In Eau the Major week,Peabody representing was in the town Jacksonville early in thing at blew down the way.other night In a Sunday outside the night house., by a Dr.colored Platts man failed from to :eE AI ESTATE' : : : ,
Think of it 1 A railroad drawbridge -
Times-Union in his usual genial way. squall. Hnd the ball which was lodged In the

lilt lore in are tomatoes about 23 at acres of land and plant-the Auditor Chambers and Trav. Freight light squall.falling It down Is to be on hoped the track that In the a limb and she wont to Went Palm lunch MIr1MI. :artido>> Oc>>., :Ji"LOB.ZJ: :>>.E1.
Banyan, to treatment there
on Tuesday night get
of them fine. Agent Head, of the East Coast Line, railroad company will now put in good
are looking very passed down the load on Tuesday last. and commodious
draw. Capt. Schleppy's large AGENT FOR LANDS OF
F. 13. Hardee of Ga. been hero --
Quitman, S. the schooner Diummer has
Rev. F. Gove will preach at The sloop Dora caught fire last Wednesday -
|in Banyan last week, looking after the few at anchor
past days, lying near
church next Sunday morning and and the
lace. We hear' he has sold it to Baptist night about H o.clock, Tyler's dock, with a piuty of tourists. Florida East.Coast Railway Company, ,f
evening. All are invited. Interior of the cabin was burnt to a cin- '
Whitlock. It is desir- Florida East Const Canal & 'f
fred a very She departed for Nassau Tuesday after Transportation Company,
>Iece of property. The house-boat Rochester, Capt. Bennett der. All total the loss.furniture Tho flames, fixtures darted, etc.out, noon.. We suppose she got tho full buna- Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company.STEYWBROS. .
left on Wednesday for a trip down were a lit of Wendosdity night's storm.A .
nyan Is fast coming to the front as the river, having on ,board a jolly party. of the companion way and burnt the __ __ __ n. _. _. p_ .. _.___
pit and vegetable-growing section.a mainsail up. It Is not ,known bow the negro mm, who was trying to bent
well known fact that Menitts Mr. and Mrs. Chas. II. Warren, of New Are originated. his way on tho passenger/ train to Palm "
la l Is as free from frost as any place York, are guests of Mrs. Thos. Darbour.of Iteacli, Tuesday night; missed his footIng & CO. c---
arid a, and her bearing orange.and Lotus Lodpt Mr, Warren) is Mis. / in trying to board It while In motion, .
trees will prove It.le Harbour's brother. Melbourne. full botwvcu the cats and crushed his ,
light foot. Dr. Platts amputated It
man !In Tropic has received $jOO Late arrivals at Hotel Granada are Is
above the ankla, and the patient got
1J acres of beans this season. If Mr. E. L. Williams, Glasgow, Ky., Mr. Dr.. and"Mrs. Brown left for Jackson-. ting along fairly well. -toI- -..r r ,.r--)STEVENS POTTERY, GA
I not a subscriber to the ADVOCATE and Mrs. W. Wilson and Mills Wilson, villo on Monday's train.
Tin now well afford to become one. Chicago} Mr. E. nartenstelq, New York.A ---- MANUFACTURERS OF -
NATIONAL.HomeSeekers. -
was that who last summer said oi :Mrs. Nicholson visited Sarno on Mon

truck be farmers able would have to huntto was played rather last one-sided Friday game between the baseball Melbourne day.Mr. Well Curbing and Flue Lining Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Stone Ware, all ,
to pay their ,groceryrWe : club and a scratch team of our Calvin Heath Is in town, with

make as wish much all money our as subscribers the far \- boys, resulting in a score 't>f 10 to 0 In some fine cows for sale. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. Shapes, and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile, Prepared Fire Clay and

Ove referred to, It would h 'lp us favor of Melbourne.The The pink paper comB to hand every Sand Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops, Tops and Border Tile.. '
could not house ,
We keep
returned from Friday night.
considerably for we then wouldI schooner Veteran
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no delinquent subscriber, and we Bincayne Bay on Saturday, and left without it. ft Save your money by buying close at Home, and from clover men.

|I pay our bills with promptness again on :Monday with a second load of Miss Allen's pretty cottage Is nearly Exehanging\ Property for Property a ----.-- -- .. .. _..- --.- ---- -._--
1 pleasure. Anyway, we wish our lumber and crate material for the keys completed, and will beI cosy little Specialty. Send Description of what -------- ..


goes. to Key'Wertt.The face of our 'Old Yost Machine cIt -
saw the pleasant Indian River FLORIDA. You Should Buy a Writing : _
MALABAR ,
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mail between
The cb'nkraot'i'or
ADVOCATE idon't cost you three l carrying friend Major Graves, In town on Wednes

i per week, postage included, when Eau UalTte and Nathan along the Banana day. The major Is always welcome.Mr. C. C. CARROLL, ha no Ribbon or Shift Key.It .
re-advertised the serviceto
by the your. river baa Tx'oii ..
be trl-we-eklY-DD Monday Wednesdayand John Henry went to the county Real Estate A(cent.DUREN has Perfect andPermanent
Friday, a round trip each day. Bids seat on Monday, to attend a meeting of 1
1 oseland. will;'beTeceived by the postmaster at the School Board, and returned to Mel- Alignment.

Eau 'Jallle until Feb. 15th. bourne on Wednesday. & FEASTER,".. -Ti Durability, Strength, \

l> X. C. :Moore has returned from 'At*the primary, held Jan. 2Cth, the present.Melbourne Three Is a or veiy four.lively cases town In the at Denier In Ease of Operation, {t\
onvll1t1. in nomination :
: following ticket was put Justice court dance almost every night Convenience and Beauty
W. Gibson brought a fine lot oferrs Wm. R. Roesch, for mayor; Wm. K. and whist parties, and all other amusements Fine Groceries, Fruits and Yegetables.
found
aldermen A. A. of Work that ta I
Tombes David Bryan, ; ,
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from up the river, disposing of possible. '.
ame to the residents here, without Ford, assessor and treasurer; O. B. FLORIDA and WESTERN MEATS hr In no Other Typewriter.
hlifflculty.V Snell, marshal and collector; S. K. Miss Gilbert and Miss Van Schalk,
\ Watts, clerk. The election takes place who are spending the winter at the of all, Kind; Crockery, Glass and -
: F. White has purchased from W. March 10th. Bellevue hotel, are visiting with Mrs.:
Send for Catalogue to
1:nderwood a pair of one-year 'old and Lawrence Moore, of Roseland, for a week Tinware. J-
f-ter white hogs. Weight unknown, Mr. and Mrs.S. Ross Campbell or two. FIELDER & MOWER. r
four party, of Philadelphia; Mr. F. J. Simmons TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
men had all wanted to do
[ they
Mr. Henry B. Simmons., of Mich., Mr. John Fisher, while painting Dr.Brown's .
them
Southern Agent
fw flenoral '
onto boat for
transporta-
a
Hotel du Nil, Sarno. house, had a severe fall, '
to Mr. White's place. are registered at Editorial new ladder to the floorof YOST WRITING MACHINE. Dealer In office and Typewriter Supplier
the the of the
train carrying from top New
The special Livery
Smyrna Imprelon
put Monday morning the frame work party stopped half an hour at Sarno on the porch but has nearly recovered for all Machine Carbon paper Ribbon, Letter need.Vile, Typewriter paper, .

lie drawbridge was blown down, dur- Invitation of Mine Host Bast,dlgrape from his Injuries. Book- Write us for price on what you : FIELDER .t MOWER

|a heavy squall causing the bridge galed the party with oranges have formed Oa
of Melbourne A.lanta
ladies ,
Per to loose his breakfast, as he bad Irult of a quality which they said was The the Club and -}# Stable -:4 No. 6 Wall Street, Klmball House. .
called "Racquet ,
o to Sebastian the at a club, .. _. ... ---
| for help to remove unaurpM ed. This fruit was grown tennis tournament on .n_ ____. - -- - ---- ---
to a
*Lk. Luckily he found the sectionat Mr. C. T. Verbeke's place at Lotus. propone rive There about fifteen members -
the 22nd. are
Sebastian, and by hard work and all take a hearty Interest la the C. L. DOHN Proprietor. PRINTING -1'
,
JOB AT THIS OFFICE.
managed the north-bound to clear the passenger track in train timet West Palm Beach. game. -

ugh' without delay. On Tuesday Rev. W. C. Barnes delivered II very
the to a large and Hacks Meet All Trains. .. -
fling work train brought a gang fine sermon on Sunday .- -- --, -- -- -- -
en who finished removing the Is for male at the Hotel appreciative congregation./ He was assisted
*'kal/e/: and cleared the channel wit The ADVOCATE the Palm Beach Ian In the service by the Rev. Mr. Passengers and baggage transferred to !
Poinciana,
Is open to navigation for boats Royal Anthony Bros., .f this place. Easter. Twenty-four persons partook of all part of the city, and Coronado Pineapple Planters .
lout masts. Sail boats will be unto and by undertake the Holy Communion. Beach. Call on me before perfecting !

pass the bridge until a new frame Capt. Wm. Varnedoe will Your correspondent was 111 from the arrangement

I l'-been Ie((1 at present.erected, as No tile damage draw cannot was done be general The Zapf contracting.building 4. being rapidly effect Hector's of very too enjoyable much dancing lance, therefore at Mr. NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA. 'TAKE J ::N"'O'JIoe: : ::: :: 11

bridge
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itself. .
pushed forward. BO Items last week. All who were present I have control of a Choice Lot of ,
O wnleaf has take that night heartily enjoyed them- w mtei.Mf 22
:M.
Faustina. charge Mr. William of the Hob 8.und school selves. We all hope Mr. Hector will la every section at once to cell *tapl.. Smooth # Cayenne # Pineapple tit Suckers ,.
Juno give another soon. good to dealer; De peddling; experience
been at
Mr. E. T. McBriey the*abstract boob Rev. Easter and family and RAT. Butler nnaecmMrjr; best aide line. 171.00. FOR SALE by the 100 1,000,10,000 or 8OOW 8p.clal price on large order.
eRRrs. Eo:: W. Hall and J. H. Wilson this week, writing 1Ip and family, started for a sail on Tuesday month. Salary and exipeiMM or large I them to to true to name flnt-claM plant and In good order. '
Tltiuvllle a visit o. Monday. A meeting to erglse l a Grand Army Intending to-go six miles down the commlMton mad.., ,Address, with cent guarantee Those contemplating planting can MV money by calling on or ,corresponding:
|!I.. to vMtlag cousin, Post Will held here ea Mesday, nt was river. They not a* f.r.. the middle of stamp for*ealed particulars, Soap with me before purchasing. '
tills 8mden, at Cocoa, this week. adjourned. the river and ended by towing the sailboat .* and Manufacturing. CtmfaRy, Crncin- GEO. H. WRIGHT, Orlando, Fla.
to Melbourne Beach with the row uti,'Oblo. f'
|'iRs Alice SaDden, MM of ladJanola's altor C. H.Walton, eI the ADVOCAW .

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t" !I : ; STRONG ON FIGURES. Heart Trouble Quickly Cured. ALEX NEAR NBAR. & TAYLOR ERNEST TAYLOR. STOCK GAMBLERS' LOGfC. SCOTT'SS Successful

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I they Know Brokcrac ConnninM Thu

: '1' 'I i:+ WERE LIGHTNING CALCULATORS BY A A Convincing Testimonial (Successors to John McAllister.) Capital, Yet Persist In Playing. [ CARBO-DIGESTIVE .. 4 ,
:;
t 4 Two-tape: traders were sitting in a Wall fruits
i 1 \+ .: growersof berr
; GIFT OF NATURE. Artesian Well Contractors
itreet office as had been their wont dayAfter
kinds
of
1 and all
.\I' ... day, week after week for three COMPOUND vegetabl

j ,' .'. Tw-. Boy. Whoe. Feenllar Talents Attracted EAU GALLIE. FLA. long ;,ewl!. The stuck ticker, which re- know that the,largest yields at

i 1 General Attention-Some of t... DUllT..te oords quotations that bring either joy; best quality are produced

Which ........ pr sorrow to speculators, was momentarily 1
colt. Through They Remedy for
HODGES & GODFREY Positively the one the liberal use of
lent. The market at the opening fertilize
., _._...,.117. of
.. I t had had a sensational break, but at 11 the Treatment containing at least .10% ot
,I George Parker Bidder 'was born in Manufacturers of o'clock the bulls had rallied to its support NERVOUS EXHAUSTION

1806 at ,Morton.: Hamptitead, in Devonshire and bad bid up the prices to the form of
; : where bis father carried on a tSJ Yellow Pine Lumber former level. The usual lull after sharp Simple and Aggravated Actual Potash

ti 1 j sigh business as a B oDemallOD. At the preaks and quick rallies prevailed, and DYSPEITSIA, AND' c

tj '11 early age of. ,4 he showed a most extraordinary ItOUOH *, DRESSED, Operators were trying to gather their PALPITATION OF THE H ART. Without the liberal use of p P0
Ii" ability for calculatioD,whlcb direction of
;. thoughts either to guess the
with i light assistance from an elder Orange Box Head, She next-move: or to meditate on what ash .on sandy soils, it is imp

: I'I' 1 i' q. d'\ brother assumed quite phenomenal pro- 'Fruit Vegetable Crates. profits tRty might have made in the lost Does your food sour and after excited rating?P' Are Do sibleto grow fruits, berries ar

f :;,)' ; portions. His peculiar talents soon attracted Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River tihauges had they followed the move in you easily confused and of
un
tired
vegetables a that
r", on through bill of laillng. Anyone eontemnlatna you get up In the morning quality ,
attention and his father
general ,
building;on the Kant!: Coast, would do well to each direction.: and with a bud taste in the '
I I found it a much more profitable employment ; write for priced. The Sawmill'. situated. on tbe "George," remarked one of the traders refreshed, command the best prices
Mme ELLA Bonn.
.j .'. J.,T.&: K.W.Ry.,II mile south of 1'alatka.. mouth ?
: to carry his son about the country "you're a bear aren't yon?" dull! cloudy sensation, attended C1rr psmphiets are. not ad".rtl.lng cI"IIIt,
In there a
For: 10 I suffered from heart trou- ...
year Fla. Inlr .peCJ.llertlll. but are practicsl .ork.,
: ,1 arid exhibit him as the "Calculating SatsiimalllKhta, Putnam co., "Yes. .- feelings in the
by disagreeable hi.et researches tht subject of ,
ble. Oaring that; time I was treated by log on fOD'U";..
i i'' h. Phenomenon" than following his trade. five different; physicians.: All of them "Been a bear nine days out of ten, head and eyes? .ra nUliy helpful. 10 larm.... Tbey are seat it
.
:, lit this way young Bidder visited many claimed that; I could not JEx cured. 1. was haven't you?" Are you irritable and restless the slag. GERMAN KALI WORKS

,: j'" parts of England astonishing the differ greatly: troubled with shortness of breath, W H, GLEASON & CO, "Yes, I believe I have. What of it?" Does your heart thump and cause you I W Nassau 51.,trey> .'fa

,. ent people who came to question him palpitation and pain In the side. If I became "Well, George, have you made any to gasp far breath after climbing a nigh

.; by tbe wonderful rapidity with which excited,or exerted myself: In the least, ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES. money in the market continued tho of stairs ? left
"., : be was able to answer, without external the pain In my: side became very: severe. At speaker in sorrowful tonis. Does it distress you to lie on the The Largest and Most Con

:: ;'- aid of any description, the most difficult times It seemed as though needle wan ftoot- TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED "No, Jack, I'm behind many thousands side Have impaired iwemory, dimness plete Establishment South.
I' noihrouphrnpelde. Sometime In the monthof you
I ; :r queHtious. Of these the following are a November last I commenced taking AND PERFECTED. but, by the way, you've been a of vision, depression of mind and gloom '
few of the most extraordinary examples; trail nina days out of every ten, and
P
forebodings HACKER
GEO S. &
S SO!
., ,If a flea spring 2 feet and 8 ilichen DR. MILES' HEART CURE pow much money have yon made?" These symptoms mean that yon an

in every hop, how many hops must it and since then I have Improved steadily.I : ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RESURVEYS was the taunting reply.A suffering from Dyspepsia and Nervous

i. take to go around the world, the circnnj can now sleep on my: left side, something OBTAINED. dejected look mixed up with a sickly Exhaustion.
Terence) being 2.,020 miles, and how bad never been able to do before I can smile came to the trader's face as be There is no other remedy extant that.
; ,.' long would it be performing the Journey walk without; being fatigued and am in Defective Homestead and Pre-Emption was asked this question, and after a few has done so much for this class of troubles

: allowing it to take 60 hops every minute much btUer luoltli than mar beorI would Entries Corrected and Perfected. momenta' hesitation he said, "To tell seScott's
recommend all sufferers from heart troubleto /11L
Claims adjusted before the Department
without intermission? Answer, 68,718 try: Dr. Miles'invaluable remedy: without at Washington. the truth, George, I, too, am a heavy Carbo-Digestive
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+ ", 000 hops and 1 year, 814. days, 13 hours delay: MISS ELLA KUBTZ, Correspondence solicited. &loser. _

!' ; and 20 minutes. 518 Wright St.. Milwaukee, Wis "Wen, then. Jack, who got all the"- x- Compound, f

11 1 ; The following question was solved by Miles Heart Our Is sold on positive EAU GALLIE FLA. "One hundred Paul at ''l4)i Sugar in

I t.. him In 40 seconds Suppose the ball at guDr... _that the nratbottle will benonl.. Ive-eightLs," shouted the office boy, att If ;your case has resisted the usual]
the top of St. Paul's cathedral to be 0 .All, draggUM sell, U;at U, bottles for'".or Pineapple, Orange anti Lemon he; sharp click of the ticker printed the methods of treatment we are particularly
lien& prepaid: p '
.., feet in diameter, what did the gilding 1Ir: the&, JiI11 III 4Ic&1 Qo'T SJkbazt,- Land For Sale, Cheap. 1uota ti II.. anxious to have you give this Compound
cost at 8> Dr. Miles' Heart Cure = We guarantee relief In every case and
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287 10x. Id. of trader's order.
11.1. I have for sale 80 acres pineapple was one should
: The: following in 1 minute and 20 few miles below "Sell 200 at three will eheerrul1)'refund your money
I land on St. Lucle river, a me Sugar -quar- our remedy fall to produce the most Manufacturers of
seconds : Suppose a city; to be illuminated Eden, 40 of which being northeast sore," was to* oth..LTbe gratifying results.

r. with 9,91)9 lamps, each lamp to consume Horan'e Migratory dear quarter of northeast quarter of section broker soon telephoned from the Please remember that the appellation Doors Sash Blind
; I one pint of oil every four hours Frederick Moran In au inmate of the 18, township 88, south of range 41 east; jour of the exchange: that the orders Patent Medicine does not apply to ;

.; .1', in succession, bow many gallon. would County infirmary, and since he has been the other 40 is the northeast of section quarter 3, ad been executed and his bookkeeper SCOTT'S CARBO-DIGESTIVE

I I they; consume In 40( years? Answer, 'there his heart has been shifting from of southeast quarter of 41 east. nade a credit to brokerage account of COMPOUND. Moulding art Building Material,
38 south
i .400,489.050 gallons. I one aide to tbe other and baa finally township range &75 of the traders" money. Thus: it in It is a prescription put up by a leading
for $10
,. 1 Another curious question wall Suppose wound up oil the right side of his body The above It land Is suitable can be bought for pineapple, tat! in playing stocksas In all gambling, physician who has made stomach and Office and Warseooms, King: OIIP'>] '

r'I It: '' the earth to consist of 971,000,000 where it seems to have located a claim per acre.lemon or lime growing. .he house slowly' Jbut surely gets the nervous troubles a specialty for years. Cannon Street! ,
inhabitants and suppose they die in 80 With intent to remain permanently. range! for layer's "pile."-N !w York Press.A We court investigation and earnestly
I sold in lots of 40 acres,
' 1II IL "years. and 4 months, bow many have returned Moran lived in Chicago when this Will be will be worth $50 urge all physicians to write us for the Charleston S. C
ash. This land soon
t '\\.1 to dust since the time of Adam peculiar action of the heart began. It VERSATILE SPECIALIST., formula of Scott's Carbo-Digestive Com- ,

l : t, computing it to be 5,800 ? Multiply restless, shifting moving per> acre. ADVOCATE pod! which we will mall on application -
years was a organ Apply to C. H. Walton, here WM Mar Sarcasm Than Honor In that they may satisfy themselves ol
,
i the answer by CO. from side to side iu a manner most per- office: or to Bobbins & Graham, TltusIlle the ToeiatmMter's- Introduction. its harmless character and excellent Sash Weights CordHardware. H

r During one of his exhibition tours, plexing and confusing to physicians. "tf, A certain local physician of pompous virtues. ,
a I I. fortunately for the Iud his found himself
j performances Mr. Moran having considerable -
bearing and vast pretense as to ethical
j ; attracted the attention of eminent scholars trouble, but be did not imagine Professor Briggs says ho has not become observance journeyed forth very recent- SCOTT'S CARBO-DIGESTIVE COMPOUNDs .

who after making inquiries anbsequeutly that his heart was wandering aroundin Episcopalian Ills eccTeslasti-
an ly from hill office on Broadway attend
I I undertook his education. Be this remarkable fashion. When became [s the most remarkable remedy thai and Fancy CIA .
4 cal status is unchanged. lie Is a Pres- A gathering at Chicago of a society of science ha produced. It has succeeded Window
4\; I was attached to the ordnance survey to this coast, he settled in Alameda. and
>yterlan-even If a suspended one- specialists.The where all other' medicines have failed. SPECIALTY.
: ,I for a short time and afterward was associated Here his heart began wandering from
will remain so. Cincinnati: doctor was not a mem- Sold by druggists everywhere, $1.00
II "t'1 '. with Stephenson, the great 8nI. side to side, and this so disturbed Mr. ber of this society, but was not a bit reticent per bottle. Sent to any address in

. ; gineer. Morau's internal arrangements that he I tment on this .account. He is noted for America on receipt of price.
" .1 ; ,. Some years after bo entered parliament became quite sick He was sent to the I Ilcware" of for Catarrh bis constant attendance upon the sessions Don't forget that we cheerfully refund

r > and 'numerous stories are extant County infirmary for treatment, and! that Contain Mercury of specialists of every class, wherever your money if results are not satisfac

'''t ll'; of his wonderful skill in detecting n when he got there, Resident Physician convened, and several months ago tory. Order direct if your druggist does In

I i( flaw In some elaborate sets of calculations Clark made a thorough examination oi succeeded in'stirring up quite a teapot not have It.AddreslaU.

':t tl t whereby lie was often enabled to his physical condition Dr. Clark noted tempest in a St.Louis gathering. orders to
v upset an opponent's CUHB. Or, at other that his heart seemed to be a little out As mercury will surely destroy! the be went.
\ derange the So to Chicago Presenting CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG. CO.
*'> h", 1 times, he would establish his own case of plumb, and be watched the case close- sense whole of System smell and when completely entering it through/ himself at the ball, he was. ,accorded by ; PoorHealth

1' I by arguments! based upon mathematical ly.While the- mucous surfaces, burst articlestiould courtesy the privilege ot sitting in the Topeka, Kas.
i 11'', ,\' data. >po Hibly 9iily at the moment Mr. Moran remained in the never be used! except on prescriptions I meetings. At once he began vigorously Or For Sale by V
,I ced before him. It is said that on his heart kept on its the
infirmary
l' County from reputable physicians, as ', yet stealthily and systematically, Fred S. Chaffee & Co. Titusvllle
II il. one occasion an opposing couubel asked travels and ,finally located itself permanently damage they will do is ten fold to the 'knocking" a member of the society "

; that be might not be allowed to remain upon the right side. During good you can possibly derive from them. who hails from Cincinnati. The resentment -

I; tn the committee room on the ground this time Moran suffered some but Dr.OJark'l [all's Catarrh Cure", manufactured by of the brethren against these tactics W ANTED:: Several' trustworthy gentlemen

f ",' that "nature had endowed him with treatment prevented any serious F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., contains) was general, and! their revenge or ladies to travel In Florida for

,!t '. qualities that ,did not place hill opponents results. Moran became accustomed to 00 mercury and is the taken blood internally and mucous -, came at .a dinner at the exclusive: Chi established,reliable house Salary $780() 'tneans.so> much more thai
.f' fair footing." the 'order of things and he is now acting directly upon and : Steady position. ,En. '
r' on a new surfaces of the system. In buying cago club with which th* proceedingsclosed. expenses. you. imagine-serious am
'
:I 'j\\ After taking a leading part in many to be discharged from the hospital and lIa))'. catarrh Cure be sure you get the close, reference and self-addressed, result fro
fatal''
diseases
,.,1., important engineering works. he died at will go back to work. genuine It is taken Internally) and is The "outsider" from Cincinnati had stamped envelope. The Dominion
.." Dartmouth, Sept. 20, 1878. It is unusual that the heart should Ohio F. J. Cheney Company, third floor, Omaha Building ailments neglecte
made In Toledo, by ; been set down for a toast, and ha had 111. rifling!\
r ; .;..' Another of these extraordinary children shift from one side to( the other without &1; Co. Testimonials free. spent much time and care in formulating Chicago, ,Don play with Nature'
I ,L r' ,between whom aud Bidder honors causing death. Dr. Clark says; that he @ -Sold by druggists, price 75c. per his supposably impromptu remarks. #

7 fl ;y., \were almost! equally divided was has only beard of three similar cases, bottle. The suave toastmaster, rising benignly Look Very auspicious greatest gift-health.Browns .
'Zorah Colburn, born at Cabot, Vt., and that the shifting of the heart in
.
. ,I in his place, announced the speaker in a yyo.snf
, to-found .
Intends an "Do know Clara I believe
r Sept. 1, 1804. Signs of his wonder- Moran'a case baa been complete.-San John Wanamaker fashion that ent1rely'upee' the calculations you young otitoi sort*
nstttntton for the reformation of Inebriates De Smyth is In lave with me?" ana) Mnerallr
fill appeared at a very tender Francisco Examiner.A .
medieus and
i I power I of the aspiring made haaated r
} "You don't !
1I age. the: discovery was accidentally; and also for.a "Friendly inn, and him at once and forever the laughingstock ;yl" hw.wa PP<"
Action Jok "Yes be stood last can't v*
DonbU talking to me and
.; made by his father, who was much surprised will expend $45,000 for those purposes. of the society."Gentlemen bop al Duce;
I Dumas fils tell of a double action Bight, brushing his silk hat the wrong
to hear him repeating "
one day Ingthemwl"
announced the toastmaster
-
.11 the product of several numbers, although joke which he played on Mel oDler, n..adahe .....n Get M1W Pain rill*, in his most insinuating tone, "I way of UM grain."Chicago Record. Iron I : D1.madlcine Mrellglhrtl,whirl

," I li; j at the time he bad received no who was a botanist in his hours of lei have now the pleasure and honor of Brawn'alroi:

other instruction than such as cuuld be sure Tbe: famous dramatist sent him a John Thorn late president of the Utica presenting to you a gentleman of our -What 'do ;yon need In the way of t_cure-A'e* b

f .J I"tl obtained .at a small country school paper containing the dried roe of a her. and Black River railroad, a millionaire, profession who is not only able, but envelop, note and letter heads, bill- from I

whose curriculum did' not include' writing ring, telling him_ that it_was the seed I left among other beqests, $2000 each to strikingly versatile. I bog to introduce: heads.. statements, tags, 'cards, etc ? 8 Bitters'!6nt ttai d".*fttttA *

,\;- ., or ciphering. He thereupon proposed of a very rare plant" "How are the eight former conductors of that lino. Dr. B. Blink Blank of Cincinnati, who We shall be glad to have a share of your and Mplcaaant t
seeds coming oil? he nuked the great work. to
of arithmetical to
5 M variety questions is widely known specialist in
as a
believe what they read every;
St the oed time;ie saw him. "Oh, The people
of which the child answered painter
.h... his son. all about 1100 '. Saisaparllla. They know known branch of medicine and surgery I"
remarkable and correct beautifully.; I have planted them in a It Cures
with facility
hat] It Is an honest medicine, and that It: Cincinnati Enquirer. Master's Sale.
And he took the astonished
At the of 8 the boy was able circle. '
ness. age cures disease. That is why you should U
.'''. to solve most difficult questions by the joker to a corner of the garden where only Hood's. Dyspepsia, Kidney and

; mere operation of his mind. Many persons the heads of young herrings ,were junt Hot -- Lose DeIlC. I TT3TDER U :ulonure and.and by sale virtue Issued of out a decree of the of Circuit for. Neuralgia, Troubles,

l of the first eminence for their peeping up. all liver Ills There: are acme pleasures which are Court: for Bnvarct county on the 16th flaw\ Constipation, Bad Blood
Hood's Pills cure relieve inexpensive, but satisfying, of January A D 18151 In a cause. therein dependng.wheretn &lImeWomen'
knowledge in mathematics made a pointof sous ap.. constipation and assist digestion. 2.;">c. particularlyto / { Mary. fc..: Pterce et. al. are com.nlainantaamt MalarIa Nervous
.vi teeing aud'oouverslng with him, and the childish mind. F. Can Allen Sarah' M. Allen, 8. complaints.
they proposed to him a great variety; of Marriage Is not a failure in the Fiji "Oh," exclaimed :Marjorie :Manson, A. Allen.Mary C. Mnnunn a.nl J,. C. Oliver are hacrotted)'
the
The youngest deputy In thn French dndante.1 will tell. at public outcry In f nmt .Get only !genuine .
questions to test his marvelous powers. island, for an unmarried man or woman as the dessert came on. "how wish you of the court house door at TituHvllle during tbe llneaon the wrapper. All other "*
t' Among them were the following: of marriageable age is something chamber Is a Venduan,? Mnrchegny, had told me this morning mamma that IearaI"'t: Iatnl'll,! of sale," tbeftntMond..y. In Miich. will atitutea.send On set receipt of TM ol Beautiful two ac. .tampl>Wort

c T Qive the square root of 000,090. Aftrt that is rarely seen there. The: natives wbo'ls only 25 years old. ;you were going to have ice cream for "lrhut A )! MH8.anil being, bent the Ltd day each of the, the month following totb. Fair Views and book-' ...

er hesitating a little he replied 008,999- believe that if a person dies while In au dinner!I"" deMittwt teal and personal property,to-witr A BROWN CHEMICAL. BALTIMORl"
state his or her soul is doomed what difference would have tract of land twenty-four (Si) rods wide from
000,001 and observed that he produced unmarried "Why.; north Ie mitb and extending from the laxlian
.this result by; multiplying; the square of to wander through the endless ages of GEMS OF THOUGHT. made?" inquired: :Mrs. :Manson. River on Ue west to the Banana River on the
tr .87,037 by; the of 97. He was eternity in an intermediate region between "Oh. lots I" said ,Marjorie. with a. sac; the north. line of which !. rangtat"ei ..
SpfJ square Good taste fa the flower' of good IIeD8PoIDcelot. ef.eetiostetowushlp: 26,south
Y then asked to multiply the answer twice heaven and hades. At the end of sigh. "I could have expected it all day. .an.Urn Bonn line of aectlon 3A, township .'JIj'; Wilt ml it yourors

by. 49 aud once by 26, .a task which he each moon they are allowed to look into then L"Yo.th. Companion..Haw tlffhtaanit nntnranin.rreact, Improvement: ; together Alm with> the all following

accomplished successfully, though tbe heaven, but they are l1e..erermltted to Truth is everlasting, but our idea; of penmwl property situated at floor l_ Flor- MiMU-man' ;
1. i answer consists of 17 figures. enter truth are not-Beeoher. Thaw the Third. ..,on above land.,to-wlt i A certain locomotive
_
"IIKer..r railroad
Name the cube root of 418,883,348477. ,- No degree of knowledge attained by "0. the third finger," she faltered! ITi.1 land IwlnR the upon only a locomotive ulcnatoa and p.upon...,*. Paybntcmoproflt between i

To this he !gave the correct answer In the BeginningOf man is able to set him above the want eo,1,.. sgerear on said road user and that..cage ,

''. in five seconds. How many times would of hourly i.tance.-.JobDIOD.. "(A. I don't know" rejoined the Insouciant D. L. OACLDCX.JanJl Our Big 701 Page sod

-:: ::-- coach wheel 12 feet in circumference a new year, when the winter season What reason like the, careful ant youth.. "I haven't kept count febr: $. Apectal Muter." JH ponds UOOOlllulltratlonlt that It's. poe 1tio1l1o
f4\I"\ turn round in SCO miles, and how many of close confinement Is only half gone to, draws laboriously together the wind of tat I should say' yours was certa.ia.ly and celldbeoDe-pro8tPrtceof

.' '''Y' '' minutes in 48 years. To the first he replied many find that that their the health least begins accident sometimes collect in a moment. more than the third."Detroit 'Tribune. articles everything:you .
break down, espo.urethreatens
and to the aoIMIOe AetkiitS. for 15 cents; that's not for the
P', in two seconds 113,040, sickness.' It Is then as well as .-Soiuller. e<>
to
Ij second, before the 'question could be at all other times, and with people In Rapid Calking and par keep: Part off of Idlers.the poatairoor You can'tf
i ,: written down 88.238,800, and added good; health that the following fact -The Machine, quick.
"' that the number of seconds in the same should be remembered, namely: that No. one. $.S; No. two, $10; No. three, $13 MONTOOMERV WARD a.

_/ period was J, 18.728. What are the factors Hood's Sarsaparllla leads everything: : In Titusvllle, Fla. Chills : Th Steve ..AH tfc e f**/
t of U 7,4831 To: this he replied Wl the way, : of medicines; that It accomplishes 111116 Michigan Ave..
f : j the factors. the greatest cures In the world j is no longer a
and 363, which are only Lord Dunraven now .
.c. : anti AND I
...t .n--: has the largest sale in the world, .
Strand Magazine.Tbe mere lord. He amounts to something In
& building\ In the -
the largest
requires .ar .. _
r world devoted exclusively: to the prep. i the world. New York tailors are naming FeverCured .. : UIT'Wcw ..
,1f.i- word now applied exclusively R
I : hoyden; aration ofhe proprietary medicine. trousers after him.WACTCD 1TAMPS
.t;,. to a noisy. young. woman, formerly Does not this conclusively; prove If ;you .-..fIooe----.......u.rc' '..... w i
Yoac.
I } ::; denoted a person of like character. are sick, that Hood's Sarsaparllla Is the : :Several trustworthy gen tie- to Stay Cured I .,.= :am"ate: ., i.rnmwoyata "aeto
r,',4;, bat of either sex. medicine for you; to take PWalton' men or ladies to travel In Florida for L, :'; us > ,. asASS

,:-, established,reliable house. Salary $780 ByWiQtersmith's .;&iE. ; .
: jAtw)! When a washerwoman changes her Rapl Calking; Machine, and expen.... Steady' position. Enclose 4enftftc .

place of residence, one may ask her W.OO 110.00. and $13.00 each. la use reference and self-addressed Chill Tonic 1aee.l.Me.
) "where she hangs out now" without by many of the principal boat-builders stamped envelope The Dominion =. u. y't et+ :: tk STEEL :

sing slang. In the North. See pamphlets and test- Company, third door, Omaha BuildIng zwt .! ...-- A -r": 'cyoa stags wmp
111. ,y Sold by all Druggists., I iwt
monlals Chicago, re.as. .U..4w......_ .




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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 7, 189C. 7
.
,
etWor'. Notice.
Tax A8
:IOIi3.Si.:

-- .. .. THE FLORIDA HOTEL
-' *MB MMiBl BMBMBMMMMHMMMBB* BMB*> MELBOURNE
1 will\ be at the following places for ,
of assessing taxes for theJanuary

r purpose 18HtJ: East Coast Hotel System MELBOURNE Indian River, FLORIDA.

Saturday, 25
oa
tilover, :Monday, 27ao I Open all the year round. Good FishIng -
I Grange, Wednesday :29.! I Hunting anti Yachting. Kate.
lusville, Thursday .. C. B. KNOTT General Superintendent. (2.50: and upwards,
Sy Point Friday, 31 '" Ial let Proprietress, Mns. C. J. Hue-Ton.
ii irlltt
l'l'ltl:, Saturday, February 1 l Alcazar,
iorffiaua, Monday, U 3
Li Gal lie, Tuesday, n 4 ST. AUOUSTINE.Jos. PALMETTO HOTEL
|l bourne, Wednesday, }' 5 I' GiiKAVKM, Manager,: .' "'
labar Thursday, 6 Open November llrst to May first f.f.r!
Daytona Floridn.
Itco;Friday, +' 7 1.00: and upward per day. ,
l/hstlan/ Tuesday, M 11 ,Casino, '! t', The Lending Hotel.] Beautifully situ
-am", Thursday, 13 ST. AtmiTSTINE. ated. It U home-like. Table excellent.
[rt Pierce Friday, j' 14 A. M. TAYI.OH, Superintendent. Modern conveniences New sanitary
lltona, .Monday. 17 Swimming Pool, 1 *:, .=' plumbing. Prompt and polite service.
"
| Tuesday,' 18 Popular rates Under management of
eo Russian and Turkish Bath :AI'
(men, Wednesday, 19 HOTEL; ROYAL POINCIANA, LEON DESPLAND, .
Truce Bluff, Friday, 21 Ponce De Leon < <*." Formerly] of the Fountain City Hotel,
lit Drum, Monday,' 24 PALM BEACH, LAKE WORTH. ST. AUO STIN'E. .t canons '1)2:! to 1)5. '
><
Inaveral, Friday, 28 Gilds &; MURRAY, Managers. j
rhis being of great importance to the OPEN DURING THE WINTER SEASON. ACCOMMODATION FOR 1,000. Open January to April.
payers of the county, I trust thoseo $..00 and upward per day. CITY HOTEL I T TA
can possibly do 10 will meet me atkt HENRTf.. MERRILL, Manager. Cordova ,
time, Please remember the day _
tl I date. Respectfully, ST. AUGUSTINK. D-
J..F.. WOOTEN, I Rooms only. Open during February and March. J
Assessor for Brevard County P The Ormond, .....RESTAURANTEUROPEAN ..... I

ORMOND-ON-TIIEr1IA\ LI FAX. PLAN. :
Tax Collector' Notice. ANDKHHON & PKICK, Managers CEO.
H, MATTHEWS
Prop'rHALCOM
Open I December to April. .1

Tax Collector) E. W. Hall, of Sharpes, $.00 and upward per lay, BLOCK. '1 '

it; has opened bia books for the pay. Royal Poinciana DAYTONA
ent of taxes for Brevard county, and PALM ., FLORIDA.
ey will be kept open until the first ofarCR BEACH. ,
II. W. MKUHII.I! Manager. '
*t the above place. After that
Ita; Collector Hall will remove the tax Open' January to April. HO FOR BISCAYNE BAY J
$;).00 and upward day
{oks to TitusvIHe- where they will per tl tlTILE i

[main open until Tuesday, March 31st. Palm Beach'Inn GREAT OBJECTIVE POINT Ii
reference' to the of
(With payment poll '.
HomvHookerti. When
Ixes, section 14, chapter 4,322: of the FIIKD. S'rICRI1anaKer. there you get r t I
Stop at
December ,
Open to May. hwB of Florida, says : -
IA poll tax of one:dollar shall be levied 5".r' xI $4.00 and upward per day. :

Von each male'person over the age of e1T Palm Beach Casino The Lemon City Hotel !
and under the of ,
enty-one yearn ago ,
'}:. WArao!N, Superintendent.
such have lost
Ity-flve years, except as
I :
which shall L Salt Water Swimming Pool,
[limb la battle, tax bo paidto I
Surf At Lemon the terminus of the
Bathing,
( the county school fund, and shall CltYI .
collected when taxes on property r Fishing front Ocean Pier.NOZ Hack Line, Ilisonyno Buy. Airy 1

e collected. It shall be,Illegal for a THE HOTEL ORMOND"; -.. - ,.. .. .- -- .. -- ----- rooms brunt,toasunable.G comfortable; bed, good table, .
[lector( to give any receipt for taxes on "'"ORMOSb-OJJ-THK-IlHI.IPAX,. j
ny property until bin poll tax Is paid, I OPEN.: c.-/ ,- flood fishing end l hunting In the ,
Accommodation for SOOfguests. Rates, $5'per day and upwards.Open neighborhood.
hd the collector shall on the first day
from December until AprIl2i' tb.
E each month make out a statement U. CONNOLLY\ Y, Prop. \
Ivlng the names of the parties who ANDERRON & PIIICK,. Managers.Lelaiid's New Hotel. Lemon City, Dado Co., Fin.JACKSONVILLE'S .
pva paid their poll taxes, and present Rockledge .
I
IB same sworn to by said collector to It t
lie County Commissioners at their reg-
Iliir meeting, and present the receipt of Windsor ONLY 'I F'r"'OrtfOnL() !

lia county treasurer for the same. Hotel :"".ON INDIAN RIVER."." ,iOTEL OENt="VIImT1lCORro \,. 1
'.1'II\"O ".t.ey .IIrl ti
I 8 I : 1> lit !: .' l'I"br.n
;
Henry M. Stanley on Interviews. The Leading Hotel of Jacksonville, Florida. Eookled.ge. Florida.: -=- '!! 1 ; /1'1'1'l rjra:! '7f/, rl;, 0It :.
'la this Mr. Stanley?" I / ( r coq-"l t' ..!,fri''.rT'II.Tr'at' i

Stanley stopped cooly, and giving life fro; ; H. E. BEMIS, MKT. Mohonk: Liiko.: N. Y. ; ''. ; .tm,
neatiouer a somewhat surprised and ARTISTICALLY ItELEGANiL'1 riJjt ';;SHED>:
bar stare responded with a reluctant

native. M119 A cozy winter residence, homelike comforts, excellent table] ;, northern help.Orange H| .M-lal Ft. .i>tiir.. of lloti-l Ofncvit i F.I"
"Have you the time or inclination to : comfort, and' absolute clonnllnam.
live a brief interview?" grove in full bearing owned by the liotel. Hunting and fishing uiiHur- gnnoe Moderate rates JSpovlixl rates to Florida ..

Interview I Good God, aid I Is there pRRSCII. Prices moderate. East Count IloHldonts,
\away to escape the newspapers? Why,
U- Send for Illustrated clrculara.] H. P, 'SHARES,
; Is worse than the passport system in

[tussla. I cannot put my foot on the .. 1'roprlvtur, New Ilitveii, Conn FOR NA00. UAr.BATHrNG THE tEAR ROUND

oil anywhere in this country without 0- .. .. __ ... .'_
eing confronted thus. I have done my -
st to avoid it. If I were to make npr r ff": "
Hotel Indian "ft' !\
a minstrel show, I would, no doubt, T River. = ;c= = :;.1 ., [.
It disco vei 4. You are simply drivinge 1\1'\ rAMIl'1'-,..,..(....
out of the country.' I would have z< off. ,rtew. 'MYMA' rLA 'Lo' '

been glad to remain ten days at Puget 20 HUES CF BEACH FOR A II
lonud if I could have done so in peace,
|ike any other unobtrusive traveler, but S 'c-r .. ? '' xThe Leading Hotel at Rockledge Florida. I'IIcl,1' Feut.re'. at Cornnednt Mode. \

bey were there to meet me with note- rate: ;rates: solid comfort, no ostentation,

ooka and pencils. "-Portland Orego- WARREN F. LEL.AND, Proprietor. good iUhlnp, good cooking.

tan. ..
-- ---- -
How to Reduce Tour Weight. Will Open Jan.r 15th. I

When you are dieting to reduce flesh, rcr ST AUGUSTINE FLORIDA y ,
$ ,
e HOTEL I> :NIL'awe ,
on must eat stale bread, and give up

otntoea, rice, beets, corn, peas, beans,
ilk, cream, all sweets, cocoa, indeed '''OOTT.A.Q.mSS.A.EI.NO : :: It Is situated In Park of bountiful flowers, Tropical plants and trees, and l "'
thing which fronting on the Famous Indian River. The Hotel is supplied with all modern COLUMBIA HOTEL
ny even suggests sugar corurcff. : Indian: EI.l.vcr: F1orl.d.a.: ,
Dry toast :without butter, tea conveniences; passenger elevator, steam Ileat, electric] lights, etc., and the table
ithout either milk or sugar, rare meat "t.ooat8,1 on the Eau Oallle River, overlooking the Indian River and on the main line of tile will bo kept tip equal to that of any hotel In Florida. A line orchestra lies boon CentrallyLocated on St. George
Florida Kant Coast R'y. Hlgh-chuM.. accommodation for(guests; perfect drainage, park and "hell .
Ith no fat, and, AS far as possible, no track for riding, driving and cycling,lawn tennis court shooting range boat for roving ami null.Ing engaged' for the sealoo.RATES Street.
legetables at all should form your diet. ,stabling for horse.i hot and sulphur hath,etc. font, telegraph and expretui oftlco In '
ake all the exercise iu the the hotel,which Ig within eafly" dlnance of the Atlantic ocean,, where surf bathing may he l In- :........ Overlooking/ <1 Fort Marion and Park
you can Bulged In. Rate I *:2.BO to '3 OO per dp9.l Kurnlnhed cott"Ke, with every ixuKllile convenience, and a fun view of the Ocean and
ay of walking:l l8 twice a week to a containing II and- 7 rooms(13: JO.and, ,U.OO per week. Address. C. T.VERSE Hunio KE, Mang'r, Florida. 83.OO, U.rsO'nnd1.00; per day according rolling breaker from the piazzas
taftdan
and in
bath (where possible)
to location of room'.
Special the -
ratop by
Nrlably goto bed hungry. Anybody .
-- -- '
rave enough to live up to these laws week.: W M, TEAHEN Proprietor
ill certainly lose flesh.-Ladies'Home ,
onroaL The Plaza Hote1..rRockledge -

Oa, Eloctrlo Hells and perfect systemof
HOTEL BELLE VUEx
Sanitary Sewerage.
-

otel[ Al Fresco II II II ,

B'lorida.ON :MeibourI1: :FW1orl.d.a.: HOTEL
\ COftUINAfORHONDBYTflESEA *

LESSEN, Indian River FLORIDA. Overlooking the Famous Indian Itivor.f" .

XM'EA.N: : RIVER.Noul..OPEN.. ,

,
.
JOHN 'L. JENSEN. Proprietor. *-

: FLORIDA. ,

.
NEW KOUSR;; Best Accommodation "" a 7lh' e -

Ion the East Coart. Hot and Cold baths; Large Airy Rooms, Floe View'of Indian River. ; SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are ;1

tlrllt-cla table. I. centre of. the Every Modern Convenience Specialties at ,Onnond.yy .
Sailing, rowing Fishing, Hunting, ''I
Famous Region close to the ForSEISER Circular address.
Pineapple ; '" "; and 3 ,
Riding Driving g
Inlet. Fish and oysters In abundance.;
& YINING Managers i
S. H. PECK - Proprietor. ,
|Terms Per''' ),
: $3.OO Day, ,
------ OftMOND
BY THE SEA.

and Upwards., O. H. voss. 1

RIsv30TEr, 'One' Minute:from Railway Depot; Near Postofflce, Churches

INDIAHOLA 'HOUSE. 21 T17IA1 T and Scnools. HOTEL CARLETON,

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Rates : $2.50 to $3.00, Per Day. Terms by the Week or Month. .
TITUSVILLE Jacksonville, Florida. '
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First-rate Laundry In Connection with the Hotel. Term Reasonable.HD3EXNT .
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Four,Miles Horth of Rockledge.: T tt /f : h ,I I ;;o'-Open for :*....:; Under New Management. *.

t; ,....-:;..Indlari River Florida. '
LA Fort Pierce Hotel
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ROE,1uiitny? rooms, all looking OB .3-- .ta6 i
Indian River.Good'- home table..; ;,- ---'- -" Open all the Year --
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Near Indian River Inlot
Pure so t' rtn1t'Di' water!. !Sailing,"row-
' Open All The' .YeaP. 'Coolest and trout pleasantly located :
log, fishlri anti huntingWill'ineet; t ldah Cottage.
t l M'a' ttif fcte w hotel for the summer months. Thoroughly .
quests at train, at Cocoa, and transfer EpreMly finished and furnished for refitted and elegantly furnished.
them to and from House free of charge. iin + Qn f' \\t acs Among i the pineapple home comforts. Modern convenience Elevator. All modern Improvements.
i Hi ri (d A m* mt Only,?a leJwaitlslgNii' 1tetd.,-.i8'spend a few weeks Hunting, 1USlIX0 AJrD .11111'1)(0 Vneurpai..d.Onlde.furnished. RATES:.-*2.50 to $3.00 per day. '
Rates : $1.5Operday, walk frtfm Kail way''station Fishing and Boating. Have the con Special by, the week,and.to.CommercialMeo. )
: week. i a it *f it i uiTIl and Steamboat land'jog doctor of train let yon oil at TlbbaU Best table water In : 1
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$8.00 per *- Flag Station Popular rate by day the state, a :* Only hotel hat the electric *car* pan
Address : TM M On the banks of, .the week or month: ; ,j / // < > \ Junu TyrJR.: | 'Proprietors ani. ,to. and from depot. ..

G!IW.. eci iiUYLERWtfilc ; ,.i.--ft far-famed,Et Indian River.t ,Vf,, JAMES Open February ANDREWS f. 185W., Manager.'Lock 'nAJIII' M.,TTLKM,'I I|, Manager*., 'CRAPO &" LoV EN E;

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j i 1 >- Consult: James Mott, Oyster fur Sale, Highest of all in Leavening Power.-_Latest! U.S.Gov't Report

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I .t.t I Orlando Nursery: for orange, lemon Uy Itrock.1 levels, Titiisville, at 23ct;

'.... and, grape fruit tJ'OCfI. grape vines and per quart 'solid ,meat. Will call at residences B&cingAO
I Marshal Ski .
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Si t, JAMES: MOTT, PaId''' Up Capital 2500000.
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) f ,. To Taxpayers of Titiiavllle. Powder LAW LOANS, REAL ESTATE.
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I The tax books of the Town of Titus
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If f j, i. The sloop yacht: Yankee Doodle, dipt.Oeo. ville taxes will on Tuesday be open': ,' for February the payment 4th': the of Q"1UTEIf.Y IJREn___ We have for sale a large list of carefuii

Cook, by the day, week or month. assessments are made, and everything Is .-----------.------ '--'" _____ _____ __ --- )
This yacht Is fitted up with the bent of selected Indian River Properties.
roadlnosH for the collection of the same.
I The Bushel JJe Ilaxkct..
accommodation for ladles. Capt.Cookis -Mrs. Detsner has opened'her new
L. T. COOnEY, Sale Lands the Florida
Agents for of of Coast IfJn
a reliable man and well acquainted 1 1I' Collector. bakery! on Washington ave. Give her'a '1.
with all the (fishing and hunting grounds EAU OAtOK, FI.A., Fob. '4, 1890. trial order, and you will be satisfied Canal and Transportation Co.Cz.NA.L '
'I I on the river with her fine bread and cakex.
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''j Address, CAPT. OKO. COOK, New Ilukery luTituKvllle-Nearly Editor Advocate: LA.ruoS.Florida : :: .

1 F. & A. M. Titusville., Fla. Opposite the "Advocate"Building. Dear, Sir:-The following, which I A Card.
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; I ::' ." quote from Inclosed letter may be of Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Com J
For Sale or Itent. benefit' to your readers. It Is In reply toa Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co "f'
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and other Low Priced Lands.
letter asking; for Information regarding Editor Advocate:

i All of block 27, Tltimvllle, Fla., known I have opened a new bakery In Ttrus- the Bushel Bean Basket recently Intro- To those with n capacity for justice Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully) Selected Properties.
to i" I; : as the Ranxon property, lust east of Ice rule, and am now prepared to sell first- duced on Indian River, and being tried and who care to know truth In connec-
i': factory. This Is n very largo block of class cakes of all kinds, rye and white as an experiment by some shippers: tion with the clerk's office of Tltusvllle, Titusville.. Florida.
r' I "r"' land, all fenced, having upon it a comfortable bread. Don't fail to give me a trial, as Yours truly, O. F.; PADDIHOS. I will say that before leaving Tltiiavllle,
e h, house, greenhouse windmill, all orders will be promptly attended to, the mayor, Mr. Brown, was empowered ---- -
piping, a lot of shrubbery, and other and you will be plensud.MRS. "Nuw YOBK, Jan. :30, 18fW{ to attend to all the duties of the clerk's
I I .' Improvements Price, 1000.: Will rent DKIBNMI. "G. F. Paddlson, Kitq., Eau Oallle, office during my absence.;*:* He very Fred S. Chaffee &
j subject to sale, at 'c<.00)per month. Pl.t.: Dear Sir;-Replying to' yours of kindly made me no charge for the service Co
i ; Apply to A. C. Dittmar, owner, Fort For Sale. the 2th(! Inst., ,would say the basket referred ;but, considering the recent disastersto ,
I Pierce; or to Robbins & Graham, his to has been extensively used in the town, which would cripple Its rev
I i 1 attorneys, Tltusrlllv, Fla. the transportation of beans by shippersat enue, he proposed( to the council for me, FRED S. CHAFFEE
i't Eighty acres of land; 10 acres rich Savannah, Charleston and more north that from Feb. 1st there would be no TITUSVILLE, FLA
'or Bale-At a Sncrlflce.'f hammock, remainder. scrub, pine and ern points where shipment can be madeIn charge to the town for clerk's salary. I Registered Pharmacist. I
i t' swamp; S| acres fenced and under cultivation carload lots or by direct steamer fully agree; with him in the matter and A
F', ; also a frame house, 10x12 feet. avoiding transfer. Your section being cheerfully continue as clerk under this Complete.Assortment off
Wo offer a gooil-slzoci; lot, In first-class About 2.V) banana plants and 400 sour so remote from market and your system >lan. I found upon reaching Palm
I l lef location, with a house upon It of fourteen orange trees In nursery for budding. of transportation such as necessarily Beach that I would be retained longer .. PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundri
/ !II' ', rooms, well adapted for a boardinghouse Splendid place fur a bee farm or truck Involves transfer pr re-handling and the than at first supposed, upon which I had ,
situated In North Titusville. Neatly facing Titusville. Intended resigning, but by Mr. Brown's
gardening. basket being somewhat frail, we doubtIf
h The premises are In good condition, and Will sell for tJIIO:*( spot cash. Its use would be as serviceable as that kindness'in attending to the duties as 9 Prescriptions silicacareful the Utmost Care and Promptitude. 80rr -

j '1.1 cost the owner about 4)2,701)):. He mutt '. Address, B. RKVKI.B, of the crate." J. II. clerk It will not be necessary. i: We give prompt attention to all mail orders.
I Hull and authorizes UK to offer the pron- Titusville, Fla. Respectfully
. : 0 arty at $1,401)() This Is a genulneba"r- HUNRY J. ANTHOXV.JEWELERS' .
,f gain, even during the present extremely -Mr. Andrew S. Lee, manager of T We want your trade. Give us a trim
I,, @ inactive condition of real estate. Hotel Indian River, Rockledge, gave the ,
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( For further particulars apply to The Steamer ADVOCATE a pleasant call on Wednes i
ROUIIINH & GRAHAM, day. Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper School Supplies, Perfunml.
t Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces etc. etc l
etc.
t I Titusville Fla. ,
I I' The hull of the steamer St. Lucie, -Lost, on Titusville wharf Tuesday
which was recently purchased by II. B. afternoon, a gold scabbard pin In the -

: I;i' YACHTS FOR SALI Is Plant In a and bad sent condition from ,Titusville and will have to Tampa to be, i form pearls of In green a shepherd's enamel wreath.crook, set Suitable with E > I'AHi < ;HfcL> -, THE INDIAN RIVER DRUG I GO.OOOOA .

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almost rebuilt before the steamer
can reward will be JACKSONVILLE I IROBT.
given to the finder. Miss. FLA.
Sloop For Sale. safely be put In service again.
i Kate Pritchard, Titusville. F.1.orl.d.a.: ..
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)II'. For sale, sloop Irene, 40ft.xl5ftj; Meeting of Teachers. THE ROCKLEDGE PHARMACY;
, .tonnage.J< 18 27-100:. ; in flrst-clasa condi
.' /J',t tion. New sails; headroom In cabin. Informs ::: :: E. ::MJtvdS:
: Best party or trade boat of her size on County Supt. J. II. Sam us :Tr.: Xl.ools.loca.vo, F a....
that all teachers In Brevard whowl..h
i the river Price, 9400.00. Apply to Under the same management. Thoroughly first-class Drug Stores. Full lir
: Teachers' '
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Dealer In- Drugs, Pateht Medicines Novelties
? E. C. B. Tyndall Waveland, or Cnpt. vention at Jacksonville, from the 17th Stationery Perfumery etc.,
Peter Nelson Titusville Fla. where she HAVANA AND KEY WEST
CIGARS.
school
to the :22od Inst., can suspend for
; I may be seen *tf a week. Those wishing to attend should HUYLER'S AND TENNEY'S CANDIES.....,".
I.1 write Supt. Sams. CI'j- = tE3 Fine Soda Fountain at Rockledge. We cater especially to

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The Nassau Malls. .i And solicit orders from all points. Prescriptions filled carefully by

.': Tho Sloop Yacht Flora, 8 -ft. long ''c C=> Registered Pharmacists: .I
14-ft. beam, 2-ft. draught. In first-class 02 ::;rSend mall orders to Cocoa
that no accounts: at .
condition, and used but one year. .Cabinaccommodations A telegram from Washington says ; run Rockledge.Groceries
;I, for 8, with room for.ward the postmaster-general has Issued an
order to the effect that, beginning; Feb.
fort also water closet. Is
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found and furnished, except bedding.In 3th next, and three mails times. will n be week made there Saddles, Bridles, Whips, Bits, Curry-Combs, etc., etc. Prompt attention given' E. L. :ee.:: ..:C ,
full commission to sail with six hours after, registered up to all mail orders. Repairing of Harness and Guns our Specialty. Your patronage "

\" T; I health notice., has Owner no further having use for regained her. his and to Nassau dispatched, In the from Bahama Palm Islands Beach,,Fla.andhal the solicited. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Grain, Hay, Garden Seed FertiM,

Inquire of James Prltchard, or Capt. notified postmasters throughout ,
( r Peter Nelson, Tltusvllle, Fla., where oountry to forward registered matter to I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to-my Stock of

: l ; yacht can be seen.' Beach.these Islands to the postmaster at Palm. :EX2V'.A.: X> ''S TILING.: ... tciple Ac TFtmcy ,groceries, Frill


) l ", ,, Fine Sclir. Yacht for Sale. A Pleasant Surprise. Ooooa, Florida: All Kinds. Also My Stock And of Food Products'Of

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i)' Iii, Schooner, 01 fqet over' all, 14ft. beam, IN. Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal] I
II .I : 'aj: Inch draught with sailing/ ballast: A number of the ladies of St. Gabriel's ,
I" two stntft-rooius; main cabin, 12x14:. and church visited the rectory on Tuesday Wood and Metallic Ground Food and Wheat..
j Oft Sin head-loom,; patent W. C.; separate afternoon. The rector, opening the I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above lint
+ room( for CI'OW and galley. Fine door, saw a small army of ladies approaching GOQCIII. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and sot
comfortable yacht for cruising Indian each one carrying some kind Coffins and Caskets.Zino your patronage. Very truly
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+, Hlver, Lake \Worth or lllnoayne Day. token of remembrance. These events m. :L. ?R A nY.
+' Will sell cheap for cash. cheer the worn and weary clergyman,
Further partloulam by writing to assuring; him as they do of the thought
l ., C. II. W., ful sympathy of his people. Clergymenare and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets. This department Is un-
ADvocATE office, men of human sympathies and frailties der the management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, using the
J / Titusville. Fla. and In their arduous work they feel most improved methods of embalming. All orders by mall or wire receive prompt LUMBER !
. every touch of such human sympathy, attention. EDWARD STILING,
strengthening and refreshing them. The Cocoa Indian River Fla.
B1I>8 WANTKH FOR TWO UOHTKR8 Archdeacon and Mrs. Brown assure the .. "- --
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t. ladles of their appreciation of their == Ana .Honse Building lateral

l'. !+ JIrev nl Hoard of County rnimnlmlonmrs raiment kindness. ,
bide fur two new I Uichteri. MM anxl.Ht: :
''r <(looked with iltf .and the bottom with 1H8 In. WARNELL CRATES Sash, Doors and Blinds Brick Lime Cement Nails alBuilders'
It, :' 1.llInlull; elites, \iixtt. deck.and bottom to be put The Captured<< Panther. ** ,
( on crosswise throe.bulkhead fore and aft,UxW: ,
I j I to be tautened with galvanised. r..t nlnJtlI I two Hardware.ln fact, a complete stock of everything requhrlAgent
ooate of paint, paint to be used I eIuwthe, the ADVOCATE
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t water line ....copper I lumltor tueil In their oon- building a house. Estimate* furnished.
Then we referred to the fact that Messrs. T. -
i etruotluntobeofheartplnemddreseed.lighter are to be built under the lupervUlon' of C. Maddock, W. B. Maddock and L. C. for Warnell Crates on Indian River and Lake Worti
UouimlMlnner of Dlntrliit No.4. Robinson had caught a fine live young Warnen Crates For Beans.
mUnloner Sealed bide John will llonntnn be received,at Eau by Ualllo.County, Fla.Com, up panther while hunting In the Biscayne Warnell Crates For Tomatoes. ; fcy Octagon Crates, Tomato carriers Pineapple Crates.

, to Saturday, Feb.2U, 1KIM1. llay. country, and they presented It to Warnell Crates For Strawberries. s sWarnell Warehouses at Titusville, Eau Oallle and Jensen.
The right to accept. or reject any or all bids U Prof. Charles B. Cory, the well known
, ." vestal I.the Undenl&n, JOHN HOUSTON naturalist of Boston, for his museum at Crates For Pineapples. G. F. PADDISON,

;, rl I F..h.Bth, 181(0. Eau Uallle, Fls.I .' Palm Beach; but, unfortunately, there Warnell Crates Are Accurate. EAU GALLIE FLORIDA
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. I with the capture of the panther, Warnell Crates Are Standard. < \ P PWarnoll
; List of Jurors. who demanded UN return which Prof. "
CrateR Aro Made in Florida.
Cory at once compiled with. The action
'I, t. of Mr. Maddock in asking for the returnof Warnen Crates For Florida Shipments. .!.<,,\>..
'j ,I # The following is a list of the jurors for the panther after three of the party Warnell Crates Have the Highest Reputation. '
the County Court, which convenes on made. a present of it, Is to be deplored,
r" I Monday: next, the 10th Inst. : J. II. Rob as we consider It a good case lost to 'Warnell Crates Once Used, Always Used.
inson, \V, F. Dixon, II. J. Brown, A. H. science, for Professor Cory would have Warnell Crates ARE hOLD BY ,
Henderson, Henry U. Hodgs'ou, W. I. watched It carefully, anti also taken G. F. PADDISON, EAU OALLIE, FLA.
t ',. Allen, John I. Sanders, C. A. Gardner, photographs of the panther at every O. F. PADDISON, TITUSVILLE, FLA.M. .
*, Jan. Louisiana E. U. Caiter O. O. Carter The 1I\lIao River's' very'attractive
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Mr. Mad- this
Itlllte'of Its jtrowtb.l'l'obably B. LYMAN, LANTANA, FLA. adapted to Pineapplee. and other Frulta point aplendrd eehlng.eto The land Is .,-._,'
and I.
A. S. Dixon. attuated
dock has thought the matter over, and Herman Grove The J. St. A.&: I. E. at Ankona, Suet north of the celel. >rForpartloula *-
I ere the ADVOCATK reaches Palm Beach ELLIS'WILLIAMS .A BRANSCOMBE MIAMI FLA. unaur.-t. ,adilre."Aeownerr the property,making. shipping fadltue

h Moat lace at Sebastian. the panther may again be In possession WM. CURRY'S SONS, KEY WEST, FLA. ARTHUR D. PERKINS New C_
of Prof. Cory WIOHTMAN & CHRISTOPHER, JACKSONVILLE FLA. Haven

I On Feb. let the Sebnstlon. fishing fleet Manufactured: Bj--- '

I 'I[I held their regular monthly race. Below .RAILROAD TO KEY WEST arD.011bor eJ! "VerxooxOo. :BEAR: IIT
U, we give a list of the boats, names of the ., MXNe..e.a.
captains time, etc. This la over a ten. Warnell 'Florida.
I mile course The yacht Evelyn, Capt. Another Humor.A THAT
It.. 0. Hardee, won the first prise and telegram from Baltimore says the I AM NOT OUT OP BUSINESS,
i. there Is no doubt but what she Is the of Bor- Carrying In Stock i
I steam yacht May, Capt. Jones a Choice Assortment
fastest, fish boat Indian River. THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART of High Grade
on dentown, N. J., Is at this port from Key
Defender, Capt. Joe Bryan, start Ihr. West, Fla. The captain was asked If Wines Whiskies Brandies
,1" 10m. 18s., finish Shrs. 1m. 4s., correct his vessel had been to Florida In the Interest Cigars, Tobacco Etc.
time Ihr. !DOm. 40s., 2nd prize of the Cuban Insurgent. lie said Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3-inch Tread. #" # '* Mail: Order Filled ,.
I C. L. Taylor, Capt. C. ,P. Jackson. that for three months the May had been Promptly
tart liar 13m.' 17s., .finish 3h... 13m. under charter with a party of civil engineers 8t.
I"' :: 47s., correct time 9hra. 1m. :30*. from Philadelphia, whose mission COCOA. FL<>.RIX>>.A.
Lady Grace, Capt. W. O. Copeland, WM to see If a railroad could be Yours at
tart Ihr. 13m. 37s., finish Shrs. 5m. Os., built from the mainland of Florida to Command
I': correct time Ihr. Mme 29*., 3rd prize. Key West, using the cays along the
i ,: Atlas, Capt. P. S. Vandlgrlft, start coot from Cay Largo to the cay upon J. D. CR;A.BB.::
Ihr. 14m. 20., finish Shrs. 7m. 17s., correct which Key West Is built. The captain
,::.: time Ihr. 68m. 57s. .
says that on the cay. about which the
J Lillian, Capt. S. C. Staples, start Ihr. men cruised some Cubans were found, Protect
I.' 18m. 82s., finish Shrs. 13m. 4..., correct specially about Cape Sable where volunteer Yourselves
r 'tint* Ihr. Km. 32. for the cause) who had been sent from Fife !
I'; Evelyn Capt. R. O. Etardee, start Ihr. there to await a chanc to leave for
,., 10m. Us., finish ahrs. 68m. 0*, correct Cuba, had undergone the pangs of star t = -
I .time Ihr. 40m. Is., lilt prise. vation. According to Captain Jones --
"' I '. Artful Dodger Capt. Frank Houston. the** volunteer had eaten everythingbut Roofing of all Kinds
start Ihr. aOra. 18s., finish 8h.... 14m. the tree. The turnip patch of one ste.l iron Metal Shlnglea. rln.
Ready
I 57*., correct time Ihr 53m. 49. of the resident had been devoured by FOR SALE BY Rock eta; Steel,Brick and Corrugated Iron pi

.},.wY: ''1": ,. ti the voracious failed patriot left When Sable.this last EDWARD STILING... .. .. ....... Stamped Steel Celllop, Building paper etc. Siding; Corrugated
resource they Cape
; { TaT Scott's Carbo-DlgMtlva Compound>>
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for nervous exhaustion, dyspepsia and DISU em mIL IOOMG
I has # # *. The Lumber Hardwire and Paint Dealer I COUUGAmG.CO.
i f-. palpitation of the heart. For sale by -Mrs Jame Holme*,.of Jensen JEROJ .,
fi.' ,. 8. Chaffee fc: Co., TltusTllle Fla.; been (pending several days, with Mr.and : TWICBELLt; 4i1 DeltWln
I' ., ". $1.00 per bottle. Mr*. Holmes, of Cocoa,, this week. COCOA. Indian River FLORIDA. President: General StnII,
Manager.
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